Viola da Gamba
- Bachelor of Music (BM)
- Master of Music (MM)
Our historical performance division offers rigorous study and private instruction in 13 instruments, including viola da gamba. Coursework involves applied study on historical instruments, music history, music theory, performance practice, plus a wide range of performance opportunities, including recitals, concerts, and tours.
Oberlin Baroque Orchestra
There are nearly 500 concerts on campus each year ranging from student, faculty, and guest recitals to small ensemble concerts to performances by the more than 25 student large ensembles, including the Oberlin Baroque Orchestra. From concert to improvisatory music, computer-generated electronic to acoustic, time-tested compositions to newly composed works, the college and conservatory present music that satisfies any interest.
- MUTH 131 - Music Theory I 4 credits
- MUTH 101 - Aural Skills I 2 credits
- APST 841 - Viola da Gamba Consort 2 credits
- APST 843 - Baroque Ensemble 2 credits
Viola da Gamba Faculty
Our historical performance faculty are accomplished teachers, historians, and musicians, who maintain active performance schedules, both on and off campus.Explore Faculty within Viola da Gamba
“”Rebecca Landell Reed, Visiting Assistant Professor of Viola da Gamba and Baroque Cello