Erica Cice, oboe, has been a member of the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra since winning the national audition in the fall of 2006. Ms. Cice graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia, where she received her BM in performance studying under Louis Rosenblatt and Richard Woodhams.
This past June, Ms. Cice was selected as a finalist for the 2011 Fernand-Gillet International Oboe Competition. She competed and was awarded Honorable Mention as part of the International Double Reed Society’s annual convention, held in Tempe, AZ. An avid performer of chamber music, she regularly plays on the Providence Chamber Series and has also performed on the Charlotte Chamber Music First Tuesday’s series.
In the fall of 2008, she opened the Providence Chamber Music Series with a recital at the Providence United Methodist Church in Charlotte and recently, this past spring has performed the Bach Double Concerto for oboe and violin. Ms. Cice attended the Aspen Music Festival and School from 2004 to 2007 where she was a Fellow, studying under Richard Woodhams and Elaine Douvas.
Ms. Cice is joining the Davidson faculty this fall and also enjoys teaching privately. Originally from the Boston area, her early studies were under the guidance of Ron Kaye and her mentor, Wayne Rapier. Besides making reeds, Ms. Cice enjoys spending time with her family, her cat Felix and dog Molly.
Email Erica at firstname.lastname@example.org.