Alexander Vvedenskiy

Alexander Vvedenskiy became the Principal Oboist for the Louisville Orchestra in 2015. In addition, he is oboist in The Poulenc Trio, an oboe, bassoon, and piano ensemble.  He holds degrees from Curtis Institute of Music and Manhattan School of Music with major teachers Richard Woodhams and Liang Wang respectively.

Mr. Vvedenskiy won top honors in these competitions: Grand Prize of the International competition «Vienna-Classic» (Austria) in 2007 and a special prize: «Mozart-wunderkind», 2nd prize in the 42nd year of the International Radio Competition for Young Musicians Concertino Prague (2008) and the winner of the Philadelphia Orchestra Greenfield Competition (2011).

As a soloist and chamber musician, he has performed in numerous concert halls in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Highlights of his solo career include performances with  The Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra and The Philadelphia Orchestra.

In addition, Mr. Vvedenskiy has made multiple appearances as Guest Principal Oboe with the New York Philharmonic, The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and Chicago Symphony Orchestra.