Fox Sayen Promotion
August 18th, 2017 by Jeff
The Fox Sayen – A New American Tradition
These wonderful oboes by Fox Products are a stellar addition to an already diverse market of professional level instruments for the aspiring or already successful professional oboist. We are pleased to offer a new selection of these spectacular oboes for trial! As part of our back-to-school events here at Midwest Musical Imports, we’re now offering additional savings on these instruments including a shipping rebate and an additional $200 off the Fox Sayens! Contact Jeff or Steven in the Oboe department at 800.926.5587 for trial information and availability.
Fox Sayen Artists
Aaron Hill – Professor of Oboe, University of Wisconsin Madison
Professor Hill serves on the music faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, teaching oboe and performing with the Wingra Wind Quintet. Prior to moving to Madison, he lived in Virginia for eight years, teaching oboe and chamber music at the University of Virginia McIntire Department of Music and James Madison University School of Music along with serving as principal oboe in the Charlottesville Symphony and English horn in the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra. During the summer, he performs as principal oboe with the Wintergreen Festival Orchestra in Virginia.
Hill earned his bachelor of music degree with highest honors from the University of Michigan, where he played principal oboe on William Bolcom’s Songs of Innocence and Experience with Leonard Slatkin, a recording for Naxos that won the Grammy Award for Best Classical Album. He also holds a master of music degree and an artist diploma from the Yale School of Music, where he received the Thomas Nyfenger Memorial Prize for Outstanding Woodwind Performance. He completed his doctor of musical arts degree in performance, pedagogy, and literature at James Madison University. He also holds additional pedagogical certifications from the Gordon Institute of Music Learning and Marianne Ploger’s Institute of Musical Perception. His oboe teachers include Nancy Ambrose King, Richard Killmer, and David Weiss.
Elizabeth Koch Tiscione – Principal Oboe, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Principal Oboe Elizabeth Koch Tiscione, joined the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) at the beginning of the 2007-2008 season. She currently holds the George M. and Corrie Hoyt Brown Chair.
In addition to her responsibilities with the ASO, Ms. Tiscione plays Principal Oboe at the Grand Teton Music Festival and is a member of the Atlanta Chamber Players. She has performed as a guest musician with the orchestras of Philadelphia, St. Louis, St. Paul, Baltimore, Rochester, Buffalo, and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Recent solo engagements include the World Youth Symphony Orchestra, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony, and Dekalb Symphony Orchestra. She has been featured on NPR’s “From the Top,” and has also performed at many chamber music festivals throughout the country, including Tannery Pond, Cape Cod, and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
Standard Features of the Fox Sayens
- Select grenadilla body
- Nickel silver lined tenon sockets
- Nickel silver caps for upper and lower tenon shoulders
- Key work made of nickel silver with heavy silver plating
- Nickel silver with gold plated posts and bands
- Stainless steel arbors
- Stainless steel wire springs
- Teflon tipped stainless steel adjusting screws
- High quality cork pads throughout
- Adjustable thumb rest
- Full conservatory system
- Left hand F key
- F resonance mechanism
- F (sharp) key tab
- B tab, Articulated C (sharp) mechanism
- A (flat)-B (flat) trill with A height adjustment
- G(sharp)-A trill key
- Low C-C (sharp) trill key
- Assembly key C-D and B-C (sharp) trills
- Low B (flat) key with bridge adjustment screw
- Low B (flat) resonance vent
- Third octave key
- Split D ring mechanism
- Philadelphia high D key
- Hand-made French style professional leather case
- Sheepskin lined case cover
- Leather three-reed case
- Silk swab, cork grease
- Grenadilla tenon cork caps
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