Kristin Leitterman

Kristin Leitterman

Dr. Kristin Leitterman defies modern convention as a Solo Artist of Oboe and Voice, bringing exciting and unusual programs to audiences. She makes it her responsibility to commission works for oboe/voice, with works by Michael-Thomas Foumani, Whitney George and Lyle Davidson. Dr. Leitterman is dedicated to bringing music to the younger generations. Currently she is the Instructor of Oboe at Arkansas State University. In addition to teaching oboe, her duties include Double Reed Techniques, Fundamentals of Music, and coaching small chamber ensembles. She is also the Director of the Lucarelli Oboe Master Class, a week-long immersive oboe master class founded by Bert Lucarelli. She holds degrees from the City University of New York’s Graduate Center, the Hartt School, New England Conservatory and the University of Missouri Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance. Her teachers include Humbert Lucarelli, Mark McEwen, Barbara Bishop and Amy Burton.

The Pedagogical Benefits of Gustav Vogt’s Musical Autograph Album

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Gustav Vogt was the most lamous oboist in Europe during the mid-nineteenth century.  As was common at the time, he kept an album of musical autographs consisting of compositions by the most famous musicians of the period.  It includes sixty-three entries collected between 1831 and 1859.  The album contains works that are pedagogically beneficial for […]

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