Instructor of Oboe, Interlochen Arts Academy and Interlochen Arts Camp
M.M., B.M., Performer's Certificate, Eastman School of Music
Daniel Stolper is Instructor of Oboe at Interlochen Arts Academy and Interlochen Arts Camp, as well as a visiting professor of Oboe, Indiana University. He is also a Professor emeritus, Michigan State University and was formerly a visiting professor at the University of Illinois and Louisiana State University.
Mr. Stolper's performance experience includes: Former principal oboist, San Antonio Symphony, New Orleans Philharmonic, Lansing Symphony, Eastman Chamber Orchestra, with whom he gave the US premiere of Bohuslav Martinu's Oboe Concerto.
He has given masterclasses in London (Royal Academy, Royal College, Guildhall School) and at the Birmingham Conservatoire; In Australia at the conservatories in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra; In the United States at Eastman School of Music, Cincinnati Conservatory, Hartt School, Peabody Conservatory, Arizona State, Wichita State, Florida State, Universities of Texas, Florida, Colorado, Washington, Oregon and many others.
Mr. Stolper has been a jury member for Isle of Wight (UK) International Oboe Competition, Fernand Gillet, Castello de Duino (Trieste, Italy), Juilliard School's Strauss Concerto Competition, and the Lucareli Competition (New York).
He has made recordings with Marlboro Festival Orchestra, Richards Wind Quintet, and Eastman Wind Ensemble (first oboist in works of Mozart, Strauss, Stravinsky, Schoenberg, and Hindemith). He is also the co-editor of the "Double Reed" magazine, the journal of the International Double Reed Society.