Leah Brockman

  • Interim Assistant Dean of Student Academic Affairs


• MM, horn performance, University of Southern California, 2004
• BM, horn performance, Eastman School of Music, 2001


Leah Brockman joined the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in August 2018 after a long tenure as director of international tours for the International Exchange Program at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Michigan. There she managed operations and logistics for the camp’s traveling performance ensembles. In addition to her work as an arts administrator, Brockman has enjoyed a broad performance career as a hornist in classical music ensembles and through contracted appointments for television, radio, and film scores. She is a member of the West Michigan Symphony and serves as the brass coach for the Northern Ohio Youth Orchestra’s Philharmonia.

Brockman’s previous orchestral appointments include principal horn of the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra in China, performances with the Macau Orchestra and Pearl Delta Chamber Soloists, principal horn of the South Dakota Symphony, and performances with the Florida Orchestra, Toledo Symphony, Fresno Philharmonic, Sioux City Symphony, Dakota Wind Quintet, and Novus Brass Quintet, among others. Her summer festival experience includes the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, the National Orchestral Institute, the Henry Mancini Institute, and the Eastman Wind Ensemble’s 2000 tour of Japan.

Brockman earned a Bachelor of Music degree in horn performance from the Eastman School of Music and a Master of Music in horn performance from the University of Southern California.


Who is Leah Brockman?

May 18, 2021

In Leah Brockman’s opinion, the horn is the most versatile and beautiful instrument. Find out why in this installment of Who Am I?