Martin Schuring held orchestral positions with the Hong Kong Philharmonic, The Florida Orchestra and the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra prior to joining the ASU faculty in 1992. Since 1980, Schuring has been a regular participant at the Grand Teton Music Festival, playing English horn and oboe in the Festival Orchestra as well as making frequent appearances on the Festival's chamber music series.
In other summer activities,
he has participated in the Bach Aria Festival, served as professor
of oboe at the Londrina Music Festival in Brazil, and performed
as principal oboe of the Orchestre Philharmonique Rhodanien and
professor of oboe at the Academie Europeénne de Musique
in Tournon-sur-Rhône, France. Both as soloist and as a
member of the reed trio, Ocotillo Winds, Martin Schuring performs
at universities and concert venues throughout the United States
and abroad. Schuring has recorded for Philips, Koch International,
and Summit Records, both as soloist and as an orchestral player.
Recently, he recorded the world premiere of Oboe Concerto,
Op. 57 by Eric Funk with the Prague Radio Symphony on the MMC
label. A CD of reed trio music recorded by the Ocotillo Winds, Rustiques, is available from Summit Records