Founder • Artistic Director • Oboe
Emily DiAngelo is an oboist, educator, and passionate advocate for performing and commissioning new music. Emily currently teaches oboe at Cornell University and Luzerne Music Center.
She performs often with Symphoria, Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, Tri-Cities Opera, and many other ensembles both in Central NY and New York City.
Emily is also candidate for the Doctor of Music arts degree at the Manhattan School of Music.
General Manager • Flute
Jessica Smith received her M.M in Flute Performance from Ithaca College and B.M. from Eastern Michigan University. Since graduation, Jessica continues to teach and perform in the Ithaca area. As an ardent supporter and performer of new music, Jessica is thrilled to collaborate with local musicians and composers through the Ithaca New Music Collective.
OPERATIONS MANAGER | VOICE
Caroline Fresh is a vocalist and composer based in Ithaca, NY. She received her degree in Vocal Performance from Ithaca College and has been working and performing with new music organizations such as NEC's Summer Institute for Performance Practice and Ithaca New Music Collective since 2015. Caroline has premiered and performed new works from composers in the Ithaca and Boston areas, written, recorded, and performed solo works, and acted as the operations manager for INMC since April of 2016.
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Artistic Director • Composer
Josh Oxford is a composer, arranger, and performer of myriad styles of music. He has performed throughout the country, especially in his native central New York, on piano, percussion, and synthesizer. After suffering a debilitating car crash, Josh has devoted his energy to composing. His music can be heard on Aaron Tindall’s award-winning recording This Is My House and on The OXtet’s debut CD.
JACOB GUNNAR WALSH
JACOB GUNNAR WALSH
Composer • Oboe
Jacob Gunnar Walsh from Chepachet, Rhode Island graduated Ithaca College in 2015 with a B.M. in Music Composition and a B.M. in Oboe Performance, having studied oboe with Dr. Paige Morgan, and composition with Dr. Dana Wilson and Dr. Jorge Villavicencio Grossman. Jake draws inspiration from all genres and styles of music, taking elements of pop, jazz, folk, and musical theatre and incorporating them into a more "classical" concert hall type setting.