Jeff Kahan, Oboe and English Horn.
Mr. Kahan studied oboe performance at Rice University and University of Texas at Austin and performed in orchestras, wind ensembles, chamber groups, early music ensembles, and contemporary music ensembles.
In Austin, he also played with the 1000 Nights Middle Eastern Orchestra which culminated in a live performance of a new score to the 1924 silent film Thief of Baghdad.
Since his return to Northern Virginia in 1999, he has played with a plethora of ensembles including the Jewish Community Center Symphony Orchestra, the Riverside Wind Symphony, Pan American Symphony Orchestra, NOVA Manassas Symphony Orchestra, various musical theater groups and is currently serving as principal oboist of The Metropolitan Orchestra at Montgomery College and frequently enjoys making music with Avanti, the Orchestra of the Friday Morning Music Club, the Red Fox Winds, Circus of Saints, the Montrose Ensemble, and is a member of the DC Chamber Music Players Group.
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