Eric Stomberg

Associate Director of Music for Camp Programs
Instructor of Bassoon, Interlochen Arts Academy
Faculty, Interlochen Bassoon Institutes

Instructor of Bassoon, Interlochen Arts Academy; University of Kansas


D.M.A. and M.M., Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music; B.M., University of Kansas

Instructor of Bassoon Eric Stomberg enjoys a wide-ranging musical career as soloist, chamber musician, orchestral player and pedagogue. he presents numerous recitals and masterclasses at conservatories and schools of music across the country. His students have gone on to study at prestigious conservatories and schools of music while former students also hold orchestral positions in the United States and Australia.

Dr. Stomberg maintains an active teaching and performing schedule with positions as Instructor of Bassoon at the Interlochen Arts Academy, Associate Professor of Bassoon at the University of Kansas, and as a member of City Music Cleveland.  During the summer, Stomberg serves as Associate Director of Music at the Interlochen Arts Camp. Stomberg is also active in professional societies, serving as secretary of the International Double Reed Society and President of the Midwest Double Reed Society. Stomberg released his first CD, "Victor Bruns: Music for Bassoon," on the Azica label in 2008 in collaboration with pianist Robert Koenig and fellow bassoonists George Sakakeeny, Jonathan Sherwin, and Barrick Stees. Stomberg received the Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Music degrees from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and the Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Kansas. His major teachers include William Winstead, Alan Hawkins and Gregg Randall.

In September 2012, Dr. Stomberg was a soloist with the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Colombia. Watch video: