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Jennifer Corning Lucio - Press

 “…traced sweetly seductive solos,” Scott Cantrell, Dallas Morning News, 2015

Don Juan, Richard Strauss


 “…beautifully wove her arabesques into the sonic fabric.”  Scott Cantrell, Dallas Morning News 2015

Le Tombeau de Couperin, Maurice Ravel


 “…especially impressive in the Schumann was principal oboist Jennifer Corning Lucio in the soaring slow-movement solos.”  Scott Cantrell, Dallas Morning News, 2015

Second Symphony, Robert Schumann


“…the concerto performance was graced with a lovely tone and plenty of virtuoso playing from Lucio, who glided through Mozart's typically dense score with seeming ease.”  Punch Shaw, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 2013

Concerto for Oboe, W. A. Mozart


 “…was radiant in a one-shouldered red gown.  From her first entrance, though, it was clear that it wasn't only her appearance that would be radiant.  Her tone in sustained passages was just how an oboe should sound. The phrasing was light and lively and Mozartean in the first movement.  The second movement was just gorgeous, with a beautiful mastery of line and stellar tone color. Tempo in the third movement…offers more of an opportunity than the others to show off virtuosic technique, and Lucio was up to the task. Cadenzas in all three movements also enabled her to shine.”   J. Robin Coffelt, Theater Jones, 2013

Concerto for Oboe, W.A. Mozart


 “…played the famous Alessandro Marcello Oboe Concerto with passion and finesse – easily the highlight of the concert.” Lawson Taitte, Dallas Morning News, 2010

Concerto for Oboe, Alessandro Marcello


 “…made notably sensitive contributions.” Tim Smith, Baltimore Sun, 2003

Death and Transfiguration, Richard Strauss, with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Jennifer Corning Lucio - Press
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