Arielle Wolf is an oboist from Metro Detroit, Michigan and started playing oboe at the age of twelve. She graduated from the University of Michigan in 2019 with a Bachelor of Music degree in oboe, where she studied under Dr. Nancy Ambrose King. She is currently pursuing a Master of Music degree in Oboe Performance and a minor in business at the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities), studying under John Snow and Christine Soojin Kim.
During her time in Ann Arbor, Michigan, she was an active freelancer in Southeast Michigan. In 2014, she began competing and was the second place winner of the Kent Philharmonic Orchestra concerto competition. She also played oboe and English horn with the Young People’s Theater, University of Michigan’s Gilbert and Sullivan Society, and the Detroit Symphony Youth Orchestra.
Arielle was an active mentor for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra’s Civic Youth Ensembles, held at Orchestra Hall in Detroit, Michigan. In this role, she taught sectionals, assisted students in full ensemble rehearsals, and helped aspiring oboists realize and expand their talents. She continues to teach lessons in oboe, English horn, and reed making, along with freelancing in the Twin Cities area.
You can find Arielle’s performance here.