Oboist Jayne Drummond has performed for enthusiastic audiences throughout the United States, Europe and Japan. Her performances include
frequent concerts with professional orchestras on the West Coast and in the Mountain West, as well as collaborations on various recording projects. Ms. Drummond is an active chamber musician has premiered new music at festivals such as the Gentse Vleugels Festival and the Utah Valley Contemporary Music Symposium. She is a founding member of the Alpine Chamber Winds, whose performances are widely acclaimed. Ms. Drummond’s most recent solo appearances have included concertos with the Utah Philharmonic and Chamber Orchestra Ogden.
Committed to music education, she is on faculty at Utah Valley University, Salt Lake Community College, the Tuacahn Summer Symphonic Institute, and the Eduardo Ocón International Music Festival in Málaga, Spain. Ms. Drummond has earned a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Utah, a Masters of Music from Rice University and a Bachelors of Music from the University of Washington. Her primary teachers include such influential American oboists as John
Delancie, Nathan Hughes, Robert Atherholt, and Robert Stephenson.