Hailed by the New York Times for her “magnificently sweet tone,” oboist Keve Wilson has captivated audiences with her imaginative programming and electric personality. A winner of Concert Artists Guild, Keve has performed in hundreds of public schools across New York City and Los Angeles. Keve has taught for many organizations, including the Pasadena Conservatory, Caramoor, HOLA (Heart of Los Angeles,) the Henry Mancini Institute, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and the Midori Foundation. She has subbed in Broadway pits and toured the world with the Absolute Ensemble. Currently, Keve teaches and is an outreach educator at both 92Y’s Musical Introduction Series and Diller Quaile. A graduate of the Eastman School of Music, Keve studied oboe with Richard Killmer, piano with Judith Handman and dance with Elizabeth Clark.