Oboist MATT SULLIVAN has performed extensively on four continents and is recognized internationally as both a virtuoso performer, master teacher, and an important advocate for the modern oboe. The New York Times has praised his “gorgeously lyrical playing” and the New Yorker has called his inventive programming “the cutting edge”. As composer, his innovative works created for oboe, English horn and digital horn, along with his solo and chamber music performances and compact discs, have been featured on National Public Radio and on Voice of America. In addition to his active teaching and solo recital schedule, he is a member of Musicians Accord, the Richardson Chamber Players (Princeton University), First Avenue and Quintet of the Americas, which is Ensemble in Residence at New York University. He serves on the faculties of New York University, Long Island University, the Manhattan School of Music Prep Division, Rutgers University and he teaches oboe at Princeton University where he has also served as a Visiting Associate Professor. Matt Sullivan is a Performing Artist for Buffet Crampon and plays exclusively on Buffet Oboes.