Happy Day to all women oboists!
We did it once and we do it again, Happy day to all women oboists from the Team Medina Reeds!
To celebrate all women oboists we have decided to feature our women oboists of the months during the different years. Below you can find them and the link to their article 😉
Emma Van Der Galiën
“Practice until your lips hurt, every day. Study with your head. Do all the auditions and don’t let yourself get discouraged. Every audition lost is one closer to the one you’ll win. Give it your all. Breathe the oboe.”
“Music has the power to heal the spirit.”
“Transmitting, sharing, giving emotion, surpassing yourself, being as close to your own truth, these are the axes that I try to seek in my life.”
“Really, what makes me the happiest is to play, to get on stage. In front of the public and with my oboe I feel that I move like a fish in the water.”
“It is not easy to become a professional musician and it is essential to feel very passionate about playing the oboe and everything that goes with it – making reeds, dealing with nerves and working late at night often, etc.”
“One of the most beautiful and frightening experiences of my life has been thanks to the music. It has been to leave a stable position in a symphony orchestra and embark on a new, enterprising and personal development project such as MusicBayside”
Cristina Gómez Godoy
Miriam Pastor Burgos
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