Jennifer Corning Lucio

Jennifer Corning Lucio is the principal oboist of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. Her solo performances with the orchestra include the Vaughan Williams, Strauss and Marcello oboe concerti, and the Mozart Oboe Concerto with her own cadenzas. Ms. Corning Lucio has also served as guest principal oboist of the Baltimore, Milwaukee, Seattle, Utah, and Jacksonville symphonies and has performed with the Cleveland Orchestra and Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. Her national television credits include principal oboist on the PBS Live from Lincoln Center program.

An active chamber musician of both contemporary and standard repertoire, Ms. Corning Lucio recently premiered her own composition for two oboes and English horn on the Spectrum concert series. Collaborations include performances with pianists Joyce Yang and Vadym Kholodenko, and she has been featured with the Mimir Festival, Voices of Change, and the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth. A first prizewinner of the Schubert Club Young Artist Competition of Minneapolis, she was an honoree of the Young Artist Competition of the Minnesota Orchestra and an invited guest soloist to the Tokyo New National Theater.

Ms. Corning Lucio believes in the healing power of music, having performed over sixty local recitals at care facilities through Texas Winds Musical Outreach. Previously on the faculties of the University of Tulsa and the Oklahoma Arts Institute, she teaches masterclasses at the university level and maintains a highly successful private studio. As a student of Elaine Douvas, Ms. Corning Lucio received her master’s degree from the Juilliard School. Her bachelor’s degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music was under the instruction of John Mack.