Emily Beare is currently an oboe fellow with the New World Symphony. She holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees from The Juilliard School, where she was a student of Nathan Hughes, and received additional instruction from Elaine Douvas, Linda Strommen and Richard Dallessio. An avid orchestral and chamber player, she has performed with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, National Symphony (NSO), Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Sarasota Orchestra and Louisiana Philharmonic. She first performed in Carnegie Hall in 2014 as the Principal Oboist of the New York String Orchestra Seminar and has spent past summers at the Sarasota, Music Academy of the West, Spoleto USA, and Tanglewood festivals. Ms. Beare has also spent three summers playing chamber music at the Marlboro Music Festival, collaborating with Mitsuko Uchida, Jonathan Biss and Leon Fleisher.
An equally devoted teacher, Ms. Beare spent her years at Juilliard as a teaching fellow in Juilliard’s Office of Community Engagement, mentoring young musicians in the Music Advancement Program. She has also spent summers teaching at the Bocal Majority Double Reed Camp, the Rappahannock Summer Music Camp, and most recently the New World Symphony’s VIA Academy. When she is not making reeds, Ms. Beare enjoys activities such as yoga, reading, and spending time with her family and their rescue dog, Bria.