Visiting artist concert: Lynn Hileman, Bassoon

Lynn Hileman, Bassoon
Visiting artist concert
Tuesday, Feb. 6, 8 p.m.

School of Music Recital Hall, Robert Glidden Hall (
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
free and open to the public

The Ohio University College of Fine Arts and the School of Music ( are pleased to present Visiting Artist Lynn Hileman, bassoon, with Michael Tan, piano, in concert. The program will feature works by Vladislav Shoot, Henri Dutilleux, Antonio Vivaldi, Dennis De Santis and Carl Maria v. Weber.

Lynn Hileman is an active freelance musician in western and central New York. She is currently the principal bassoonist of the Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra, and has also performed with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and the Syracuse and New Haven (CT) Symphony Orchestras. In addition to orchestral playing, Lynn also has a strong interest in period instruments as well as contemporary music, and has performed with such groups as New Music New Haven, June in Buffalo, Ossia, and Eastman Musica Nova, with whom she performed Sofia Gubaidulina’s Concerto for Bassoon and Low Strings in 2002.

She serves on the faculties of the Hochstein School of Music and Dance, Hamilton College, Houghton College, and Binghamton University, and holds degrees from the University of Michigan (BM), Yale University (MM), and the Eastman School of Music (DMA).

She is co-owner of The All-Purpose Room (, an art gallery and performance space in Rochester, New York that is dedicated to presenting and creating interdisciplinary works that blur the lines between art, sound, and space. (

Contact Barb Palmer at 740-597-1808


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