BiographyFrom North America to Europe, Canadian oboist Darci Gamerl - a musician of great sensitivity and dynamic stage presence - is a visionary and entrepreneur, redefining the career of a modern musician.
As a soloist, Ms. Gamerl has performed with orchestras throughout the Midwest and Canada - as an orchestral musician, she is a member of the Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra and solo English horn with the Lincoln Symphony Orchestra and the South Dakota Symphony.
She is a passionate educator and advocate for music education for all ages - serving as artist faculty at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, Creighton University and College of St. Mary as well as a private studio of dedicated students. Past teaching experience includes the University of South Dakota-Vermillion, Dordt College and Northwestern Colleges.
Ms. Gamerl is a frequent guest artist, performing and giving master classes at the International Music Camp, the Omaha Chamber Music Society Summer Concert Series, Music as Medicine Series and the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music.
A musical visionary and innovator, Ms. Gamerl is a founding member of I the Siren - ensemble in residence at University of Nebraska Omaha. The trio commissions new works - giving recitals, workshops and master classes that focus on the elements crucial to success in today's music scene.
Ms. Gamerl's pedagogical roots run deep - a Master of Music from the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, a Bachelor of Music from the University of Nebraska Omaha and an Artist Diploma from the Chicago Conservatory of Performing Arts. She has studied with Eugene Izotov, Peggy Michel, Mark Ostoich, Kathy Greenbank, Caroline Park and Kermit Peters.