Miami based oboist Kimberly Everett is an active solo, orchestral and collaborative artist who displays diverse musical interests. She is formerly a member of the El Paso Symphony Orchestra, and she has frequently performed with both the American Youth Symphony and YMF Debut! Orchestras in Los Angeles. Other engagements in Los Angeles included a 100th Birthday Celebration of Elliott Carter at REDCAT and a film scoring session at Capitol Records. In New York City, Ms. Everett has performed with ensembles such as the Bergen Symphony, One World Symphony and String Orchestra of Brooklyn, in addition to innumerable chamber and freelance engagements. In the summer of 2011, she participated in the New Hampshire Music Festival’s 59th season under the direction of Benjamin Loeb. In 2011, with flutist Gina Izzo, Kim was a winner of the NYU Woodwind Concerto Competition, which led to a solo performance of Moscheles’ Duo Concertante in New York City. As a member of the chamber group Trio Passioné, she has participated in masterclasses at such venues as the Chamber Society of Lincoln Center and performed recitals on series including the Grace Music Series in Nyack, NY. Kim has collaborated with prominent conductors including Andrew Grams, Tito Muñoz, Jerry Steichen, Jaime Laredo, Case Scaglione, Ari Pelto, Jens Georg Bachmann and Marco Armiliato. As a participant in the 2007 New York String Orchestra Seminar, she received a standing ovation for her performance of the English horn solo in Dvorak's New World Symphony from a sold out Carnegie Hall audience. She has been a participant in the Texas Music Festival, Beverly Hills International Music Festival, and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. Kimberly graduated in 2010 with a BFA from California Institute of the Arts as a student of Allan Vogel. Ms. Everett also studied with oboist and educator Dan Stolper from 2005-2006 as a student at Interlochen Arts Academy. She most recently completed her Master of Music in Performance from NYU as a student of New York Philharmonic principal oboist Liang Wang.