An active chamber musician and recitalist, Roger Roe has played oboe and English horn with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra since 1995 and has served on the faculty of Indiana University since 2001. During 2020-21, Roger has played with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and enjoyed time with his family in Texas. He has appeared with orchestras as soloist on oboe, oboe d’amore and English horn, as well as narrator for children’s concerts. His recording of trios for oboe, viola and piano, Wordless Verses, was released on the Naxos label in 2016. Roger has premiered or commissioned a number of new works for English horn and is interested in theatricality and improvisation in music, as well as the intersection of music and spirituality, enjoying recent collaborations with ministers, rabbis, dancers, actors, singers, poets and others on various liturgical and scholarly projects.
This Artist performs in the following events:
Handel Extravaganza, Water Music, Love Stories, Summer Serenades, Children's Corner, Scenes from Childhood, Contrasts, Early Keyboard Extravaganza, Heucke Meets Mendelssohn, Take Five, Summer Sounds, (Neo)Baroque, Schubertiade, Baroque Inside/Out, Serenades at Noon, Baroque Lovers' Afternoon, Memories & Roses, Hello & Goodbye, Finale: Haydn's Creation