Knoxville Symphony Youth Orchestra Chamber Music Program Winter Recital & 20-21 Concerto Competition Finals
Jay Oberfeitinger is active as both a performer and educator in the Northeast TN and Southwest VA region. He has been a percussionist for the Knoxville Symphony since 1995; the principal percussionist for the Symphony of the Mountains since 2000; a founding member and principal percussionist for the Knoxville Wind Symphony since 2006 and is the “first-call” percussionist for the Barter Theatre inAbingdon,VA. He is a founding member of the Tri-Cities Jazz Masters quintet. Additionally, Jay is an Educator/Endorser for ProMark® drum sticks and mallets. Jay recieved a BSM in Orchestral Performance from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA where he studied…More about Jay Oberfeitinger
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