Beverly Wang is recent graduate from the Curtis Institute of Music who studied with Richard Woodhams, principal oboe of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Beverly has been invited to play regularly as guest artist with numeral top tier orchestras (Philadelphia Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony, Toronto Symphony, National Arts Centre Orchestra) in North America. While at Curtis, she has worked with Fabio Luisi, Simon Rattle, Christopher Eschenbach and numerous outstanding conductors in the Curtis Orchestra, Opera and Chamber Orchestra. Beverly has been coached by Daniel Matsukawa, Michael Rusinek and performs chamber music regularly. She was a member of the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra for six years. She has attended Le Domaine Forget Music Festival, Aspen Music Festival, Pacific Music Festival, Colorado College, and Tanglewood Music Center as a guest artist. Prior to entering Curtis, she studied with Sarah Jeffrey, principal oboe of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and Mark Rogers, principal oboe of the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra and the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra. Beverly has been playing the oboe since age eight.