oboist oboist  /ˈoʊ boʊ əst/


  • (n) a musician who plays the oboe


  1. My friend Alan knows an oboist turned interior designer.
  2. In Zurich, an oboist tested Pierino by deliberately playing a false note during rehearsal.
  3. Again Rudolph Seidl, onetime oboist in the Minneapolis Symphony, conducted his 40 colleagues, all of whom receive union wages.


  • NSO gives soloists a chance to shine

    Given the spotlight, cellist David Hardy and oboist Nicholas Stovall demonstrate their excellence.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Washington Post


  • Bimstein explains, "I was just trying to make it like this oboist going for a walk through this canyon and encountering these frogs and coyotes and crickets and kind of collaborating with them."
    on Jul 9, 2008 By: Phillip Bimstein Source: PR Web (press release)

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