Debra Nagy, baroque oboe, completed her Masters degree at Oberlin Conservatory in Historical Performance in 2002. As firstprize winner in the 2002 American Bach Soloists Young Artist Competition, She has been a featured concerto soloist with both the American Bach Soloists and the San Francisco Bach Choir. She also performs frequently with Portland’s Trinity Consort, the Portland Baroque Orchestra, Washington Bach Consort, New York’s Ensemble Rebel, and les Borres of Montreal. In addition, Ms. Nagy performs on shawms and recorders with Ciaramella, an ensemble for fifteenth-century music. She was a Belgian American Educational Foundation fellow in Brussels during 2002-2003 and studied at the Conservatory of Amsterdam. She is currently a doctoral student in Early Music at Case Western Reserve University, where she directs the instrumental Collegium. She can be heard on the Capstone, Naxos, Hassler Classics, and ATMA labels and has had live performances featured on CBC Radio Canada, WQXR (New York City) and WGBH Boston.