Grammy-nominated oboist Blair Tindall penned Mozart in the Jungle, now an Amazon Studios comedy series of the same name winning two 2016 Golden Globe Awards. She enjoys a musical career ranging from the classical stage of Carnegie Hall to the late-night ambiance of New York's famed Blue Note Jazz Club. She presented a critically acclaimed Weill Recital Hall debut and captured a top prize in the Lucarelli Competition for Solo Oboists. A busy classical artist, Blair has appeared both at home and abroad with the New York Philharmonic and its fifteen-member chamber ensemble and has played principal oboe with the San Francisco Symphony, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra of St. Luke's, New York City Ballet and Opera Orchestras and the New Jersey Symphony. She was contracted solo oboist of the Broadway productions of Les Miserables, Aspects of Love, Man of La Mancha and Miss Saigon, and she holds degrees from Manhattan School of Music, Columbia and Stanford Universities, and has taught music and journalism at UC-Berkeley, Stanford, and Mills College. She is signed with The Gersh Agency.