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Francisco J. Castillo

Oboe Professor

Redlands Symphony

HQ Phone:  (909) 335-5202

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Redlands Symphony

210 E. Citrus Avenue

Redlands, California,92373

United States

Company Description

The Redlands Symphony was founded in 1950 by Edward C. Tritt as an adjunct to the Redlands University School of Music. The Redlands Symphony, formerly known as the Redlands Winter Concert Association, has had close ties to the University of Redlands from its b...more

Background Information

Employment History

ADRIT Instructor

Bocal Majority Store


ADRIT Instructor

Bocal Majority Camps


Oboe Professor and Chamber Music Instructor

Pasadena City College


Oboe Professor

Idyllwild Arts Academy


Oboe Professor and Chamber Music Instructor

Los Angeles County High School for the Arts


Oboe Professor

Pomona College


Principal Oboe

California Philharmonic


Affiliations

Local

Executive Board Member


American Federation of Musicians

CalPhil Member and Chair of the Local 47 Committee


Cal Phil

Chairman of the Orchestra Committee


Education

Bachelor

oboe , composition and orchestral conducting

University of Costa Rica


Master of Music

oboe performance

University of Southern California


Master of Music degree

USC


Web References(40 Total References)


San Fernando Valley Symphony Orchestra | Classical Music Concerts for the San Fernando and Conejo Valleys | About the Orchestra

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Francisco Castillo - Solo Oboe
Francisco Castillo Francisco J. Castillo earned his MM in oboe performance from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor and "Licenciatura" from the University of Costa Rica. He was the winner of the Costa Rica National prize in composition, 1979, for his orchestral work TUPACK AMARU. As an Oboist, Francisco was a prize winner at the 34th Chamber Music Competition in Colmar, France, with the USC Graduate Woodwind Quintet and also won the first William Criss Memorial Award at USC in 1985. Mr. Castillo also works and records for the movie industry. Francisco also recorded tonight's concerto with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London, England, under the direction of the composer. Francisco is principal Oboist with the Redlands Symphony and the California Philharmonic Orchestra among others. Mr. Castillo is also the oboe and Chamber Music instructor at the University of Redlands, Pomona College, Pasadena City College, the Idyllwild Arts Academy and the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. He has been recognized as an outstanding oboe teacher and chamber music clinician. Francisco lives in Los Angeles, California.


Redlands Symphony - Musicians Performing in Our Symphony

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Francisco Castillo
Redlands Symphony | Francisco Castillo


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Francisco Castillo, Woodwind Ensemble
Francisco Castillo earned his Masters in Music in oboe performance from the University of Southern California, a Bachelors and Licenciatura in oboe, composition and orchestra conducting from the University of Costa Rica. He was the winner of the Costa Rica National Prize in composition, 1979, for his orchestral work TUPACK AMARU. In 1988 the Los Angeles Philharmonic Woodwind Quintet premiered hisWoodwind Quintet, Op.22, No.1. As an Oboist, Francisco was a prize winner at the 34th Chamber Music Competition in Colmar, France, with the USC Graduate Woodwind Quintet and also won the first William Criss Memorial Award at USC in 1985. In 1998, after a very successful concert tour to China, Francisco was given an honorary membership to the Chinese Musicians Union and the Literary Society of Shingdao by the Chinese Musicians Union and the government of China for his teachings and help to Chinese students. Francisco is the principal Oboist with the Redlands Symphony, California Philharmonic Orchestra, Burbank Symphony Orchestra, The Chamber Orchestra of Pasadena, San Bernardino Orchestra and the Pasadena Pops Orchestra. He is the solo oboist with the Los Angeles Woodwind Quintet and the new age jazz group L.A. Reed Machine. Mr. Castillo has performed with many different orchestras including the San Diego Symphony, San Diego Opera, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Mr. Castillo is also the Oboe and the Chamber Music instructor at Redlands University, La Sierra University, the Idyllwild Arts Academy and the Los Angeles High School for the Arts. He has been recognized as an outstanding oboe teacher and chamber music clinician. Many of his students have won major solo and chamber music competitions in the United States and have been admitted to the best universities and music schools.


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Francisco Castillo, Woodwind Ensemble
Francisco Castillo earned his Masters in Music in oboe performance from the University of Southern California, a Bachelors and Licenciatura in oboe, composition and orchestra conducting from the University of Costa Rica. He was the winner of the Costa Rica National Prize in composition, 1979, for his orchestral work TUPACK AMARU. In 1988 the Los Angeles Philharmonic Woodwind Quintet premiered his Woodwind Quintet, Op.22, No.1. As an Oboist, Francisco was a prize winner at the 34th Chamber Music Competition in Colmar, France, with the USC Graduate Woodwind Quintet and also won the first William Criss Memorial Award at USC in 1985. In 1998, after a very successful concert tour to China, Francisco was given an honorary membership to the Chinese Musicians Union and the Literary Society of Shingdao by the Chinese Musicians Union and the government of China for his teachings and help to Chinese students. Francisco is the principal Oboist with the Redlands Symphony, California Philharmonic Orchestra, Burbank Symphony Orchestra, The Chamber Orchestra of Pasadena, San Bernardino Orchestra and the Pasadena Pops Orchestra. He is the solo oboist with the Los Angeles Woodwind Quintet and the new age jazz group L.A. Reed Machine. Mr. Castillo has performed with many different orchestras including the San Diego Symphony, San Diego Opera, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Mr. Castillo is also the Oboe and the Chamber Music instructor at Redlands University, La Sierra University, the Idyllwild Arts Academy and the Los Angeles High School for the Arts. He has been recognized as an outstanding oboe teacher and chamber music clinician. Many of his students have won major solo and chamber music competitions in the United States and have been admitted to the best universities and music schools.


Music Studio

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Francisco Castilloearned his MM in oboe performance from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor and Licenciatura in oboe, composition and orchestra conducting from the University of Costa Rica.He was the winner of the Costa Rica National prize in composition, 1979, for his orchestral work, TUPACK AMARU.In 1988 the Los Angeles Philharmonic Woodwind Quintet premiered his Woodwind Quintet, Op.22, No.1.The Pasadena Pops Orchestra premiered his Concerto for Pasadena, a concerto for full orchestra, commissioned by the Pasadena Arts Council.Mr. Castillo is also the oboe and Chamber Music instructor at Redlands University, Pasadena City College, Pomona College, the Idyllwild Arts Academy and the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.He has been recognized as an outstanding oboe teacher and chamber music clinician.Many of his students have won major solo and chamber music competitions in the United States, and his students have also been admitted to the best Universities and Music Schools in the United States.


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