MaryAnn Shore ~ Recorder & Baroque Oboe
MaryAnn Shore holds a Performer’s Diploma in Baroque oboe from Indiana University as well as a Master of Music degree from UNM on modern oboe and a Bachelor of Music from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, where she was first introduced to the Baroque oboe. She was a woodwind specialist with Musica Antigua de Albuquerque from 1995 to 2007, performing on shawms, crumhorns, recorders, and various other Medieval and Renaissance instruments. MaryAnn freelances regularly with such groups as Santa Fe Pro Musica, the Orchestra of the Duke, the Orchestra of New Spain, and St. Mary’s Chamber Orchestra, and has performed with Madison Bach Musicians, the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado, and Musica Angelica. MaryAnn’s oboe is made by Sand Dalton and is a copy of a 1730s oboe by Eichentopf. Her Steenbergen treble recorder, Denner voice flute, and Van Eyck handfluyt are all by Jean Luc Boudreau.