Emily Brebach, a Philadelphia native, has performed with several orchestras throughout the United States, including the Boston Symphony, Houston Symphony, Kansas City Symphony, the Minnesota Orchestra, and the Sarasota Opera. Prior to joining the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Brebach held the position of English horn and oboe with the Sarasota Orchestra.
Brebach is an Artist Affiliate Instructor of Oboe at Emory University, a faculty member of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s Talent Development Program, and also maintains an active private studio out of her home. She spends her summers in residence as English horn and oboe as well as artist faculty at the Brevard Music Center in Brevard, NC. She has also performed at the Grand Teton Music Festival, the Des Moines Metro Opera, Strings Music Festival (Steamboat Springs, CO), Festival Mozaic (San Luis Obispo, CA), Tanglewood Music Center and the Aspen Music Festival.
Brebach holds degrees from Oberlin Conservatory and Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music and has studied with Louis Rosenblatt, James Caldwell, Robert Atherholt and Robert Walters. She has performed in recitals at Merkin Hall in New York, NY; Reinberger Hall in Cleveland, OH; and at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, where she represented Oberlin Conservatory as part of The Conservatory Project. Locally, she performs with the Riverside Chamber Players in Roswell, GA.