Jacqueline Leclair

Oboist Jacqueline Leclair has presented solo and chamber music concerts internationally and can frequently be heard performing in New York City and elsewhere. Ms. Leclair is the oboist for Sequitur and Alarm Will Sound. A specialist in the study and performance of new music, and the editor of Luciano Berio's "Sequenza VIIa Supplementary Edition," she has recorded extensively, and has premiered over 100 new works, most recently the oboe concertino, Iridule, by Charles Wuorinen, which is dedicated to Ms. Leclair and the New Millennium Ensemble. Jacqueline Leclair is the oboe professor at Bowling Green State University in Ohio as well a faculty member of the Manhattan School of Music's Contemporary Performance graduate program. Ms. Leclair studied at the Eastman School of Music and SUNY Stony Brook where she earned a Bachelor of Music, Performer's Certificate, Master of Music and Doctorate of Musical Arts. Her teachers included Richard Killmer and Ronald Roseman. The New York Times has reviewed Ms. Leclair's performances as "astonishing" and as having "electrifying agility," and the New Yorker has referred to Ms. Leclair as "lively" and "wonderful."