Lorin Groshong, Master of Music
Raised in the Rogue Valley, Lorin is a lifelong musician with a Master’s degree in Music (oboe performance) from Southern Oregon University. While oboe will always be her first love, she performs professionally with other woodwind instruments as well.

Lorin plays oboe and english horn in the Elisian Woodwind Quintet, Coloratura Reed Quintet, Rogue Valley Symphony, Rogue Valley Symphonic Band, and the Ashland City Band. She also plays multiple woodwinds for musical theater productions, which has included the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Camelot Theatre, and the One Eleven Theatre Company.

Some of her past highlights include performing Handel’s Messiah in Chicago’s famed Orchestra Hall, being the oboist in Natalie Merchant’s orchestra at the Britt Festival, and performing in elite stage bands for Head Over Heels and Once On This Island at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival

oboe • english horn
C flute • alto flute
piccolo • clarinet
saxophone (soprano/alto/tenor)

Tutoring & Instruction

  • Intermediate and advanced woodwind students
  • On-site instruction
  • Customized lessons

First lesson:
half hour for $25


Contact Lorin to discuss
potential performances.

Support Services

  • Instrument repair
  • Reed analysis
  • Recital accompaniment
  • Constructive feedback

For woodwind musicians who occasionally need a little support.

Fees and pricing will depend on multiple factors. Sliding scale for lower income players.


by Valerie Coleman,
arr. by Lorin Groshong;
Coloratura Reed Quintet
Andante pour le Cor Anglais
by Anton Reicha;
Elision Quintet
arr. Adam Lesnick;
Elision Quintet
Jingle Bell Rock
arr. Travis Munoz;
Coloratura Reed Quintet
Summer Day Suite, Evening
by S. Prokofiev;
Elision Quintet
Gabriel’s Oboe
by Ennio Morricone;
Lorin Groshong, oboe
Second Street Musicians, orchestra
Ich will auf den Herren schaun, BWV93
by Johann Sebastian Bach;
Lorin Groshong, oboe
Elizabeth Lynch, soprano
Laurie Ann Hunter, piano

Contact Lorin (text messages are preferred)

Text or Phone: 541-621-7654
email: lorin@oboelorin.com