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Pauljsherman.org

Baroque and Modern Oboe and Instrumental Conductor

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About the project

I know Paul Sherman from my UC Berkeley days when I played in the University Symphony and our paths crossed again when we were both students at USC - I was doing my 2nd bachelor’s in oboe performance and Paul was working towards his DMA.  It was a lot of fun creating this site with Paul who wanted a “grunge” or “street” feel to his site to contrast the traditional and classic feel of baroque music. I particularly like his Lectures page that highlights his World Music lectures.

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PAUL SHERMAN is a performer on baroque and modern instruments and an instrumental conductor. He teaches baroque oboe performance and is director of Le Canards du Roy, baroque oboe band at USC. On period instruments he performs with Grammy-nominated Santa Fe Pro Musica, Musica Angelica, San Diego Bach Collegium, Harmonia Baroque Players, Del Mar Baroque, and is a founding member of Jealous Nightingale Baroque.

Testimonial

The creation of my website with Lana Lee has truly been an easy and relaxing experience.

She is very creative, works fast and is easy to work with.  In other experiences I have found site designers to be flaky people, not Lana.  She is proactive, communicative and very fast in her work.

My previous self built site was a mess, the new site is both beautiful and wonderfully functional.  I have been using it extensively as a teaching aid and to promote my playing career.  It works well on both counts.  I can only give Lana my highest recommendation.  Contact her before she gets too busy and get yourself into the 21st century.

Paul J. Sherman

Oboist and Conductor

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