Austinite musician performs in the National Symphony Orchestra

March 10, 2010 at 4:39 pm 1 comment

Because the world of classical music performance is so very competitive, it gives us a thrill when we hear about a local, native Austinite who emerges on the national scene. One such talented musician is Mr. Nicholas Stovall, oboist with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, D.C.

Mr. Stovall grew up in Austin, and attended the esteemed Interlochen Arts Academy during his high-school senior year.  (Austin has a lot of Interlochen alumni, I’ve noticed…) He was recently lauded in a Washington Post review about an NSO performance (led by guest conductor Frühbeck de Burgos), and you can read the article on the Washington Post website by clicking here. (It might require a free registration).

We wish Mr. Stovall continued success in his career in classical music! And thanks for making Austin proud.   🙂


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  • 1. Beverly Smith  |  March 12, 2010 at 8:09 pm


    We are so proud of you. I know your parents are just beaming. Continue the great success and may God bless you.

    Your aunt Beverly-Philip’s Sister from Ft. Worth Texas

    You make us proud……….


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