Oboe, Oboe D'Amore, English Horn, Flutes, Percussion
Judith Dansker is a solo and chamber music performer who has appeared at the Frick Museum, Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie Hall), Alice Tully Hall (Lincoln Center), the Phillips Collection and the Library of Congress, among many others. She received the Bachelor & Master of Music Degrees from the Juilliard School of Music where she studied with renowned oboist Robert Bloom. She has performed with numerous ensembles including the New York Baroque Consort, New York Kammermusiker, Ariel Chamber Players, Trio Sonata, Infusion, International Chamber Artists, Mostly Mozart Festival, New York Shakespeare Festival, Berkshire Bach Society, Connecticut Grand Opera, Hartford Symphony, and has been an Artist/Faculty member for the Kent Silver Bay Chamber Music Festival. She has also performed with Linda Skernick & Friends, the Columbia Festival Orchestra Chamber Players and she was invited to perform at the Alice Tully Hall 80th Birthday Concert for Robert Bloom. Ms. Dansker is a founding member of the Galliard Woodwind Quintet with performances nationwide. Their Library of Congress concert was recorded for American Public Radio and subsequent performances were broadcast nationwide and on Radio France and Radio Netherlands. The New York Times has said of her playing: “ her lovely solo lines were very skillfully handled.” Ms. Dansker is a former faculty member at the University of South Carolina and is currently Professor of Oboe at Hofstra University and on the faculty of Simons Rock of Bard College.