Erin Webber

Lecturer , Oboe, Music

Erin Webber


Erin Webber is lecturer in oboe at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

She is also the oboe instructor at the University of the Incarnate Word, maintains a substantial private studio in the San Antonio area and operates a thriving online reed business. Webber is an active masterclass clinician in south Texas and is the premier oboe instructor for the Bocal Majority/Operation Oboe San Antonio camp.

As an orchestral player, Webber holds the position of principal oboe with Symphony Viva and San Antonio Sinfonietta and is a founding member of the chamber ensemble San Antonio Harmonie. She plays regularly with regional orchestras such as the Laredo Philharmonic and Symphony of the Hills and has played oboe and English horn in the pit for several local musical theaters. She enjoys collaborating with fellow San Antonio musicians on recitals and chamber music projects.

Webber holds a Master of Music from Arizona State University, where she studied with Martin Schuring. She holds a Bachelor of Music from Western Kentucky University, where she studied oboe and English horn with Dr. Michele Fiala. She counts David Weber of Weber Reeds, Inc, among her mentors. In addition, Webber is a published composer with two compositions available through Trevco-Varner Music under her maiden name of Goad. Her trio, “Overheard on a Saltmarsh,” was premiered at the 2009 IDRS Conference and can be heard on Michele Fiala’s CD, “Overheard.”


  • Private Oboe Instruction


  • B.M., Western Kentucky University
  • M.M., Arizona State University

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