David Dickey recently completed his master’s degree from The Juilliard School where he focused primarily on historical oboes. A native of Bowie, Maryland, he received his bachelors degree in both oboe and voice performance from the University of Maryland. David currently resides in New York City, where he can be found performing with groups such as Bach Vespers at Holy Trinity, Trinity Baroque Orchestra, New York Baroque Inc., and Opera Mission. Recent performances in Boston have brought him into the company of The Handel and Haydn Society and Boston Baroque. As a soloist, he was fortunate enough to perform the Dittersdorf Concerto for Oboe d’amore with Juilliard415 under the leadership of Monica Huggett with the Music Before 1800 concert series.
This summer, Mr. Dickey will be an artist-in-residence with the Festival Daniou in the Brittany region of Northwest France for the month of August. The residency is designed to give talented artists of our generation the opportunity to engage with the fascinating and beautiful region in ways both artistic and communitarian. He is very grateful for being named a 2016 English Concert American fellow, and is thrilled to be able to continue to make music with his amazing colleagues from The Juilliard School’s Historical Performance program.