Lynne Marie Mangan (Flegg), Oboe and English horn, is an accomplished educator and performer throughout the United States and Canada.
Ms. Mangan maintains oboe studios in southeastern Michigan. Her biography is available here.
To contact Ms. Mangan regarding lessons, lectures, or performances, please visit the contact page on this website.
I am excited to announce that I have joined the faculty of The Masters of Music in Royal Oak, MI. This fantastic music studio is located at 2520 Rochester Road, north of 12 Mile. I will be offering lessons in oboe, English horn, reedmaking, and chamber music. For more information, contact the studio at 248-546-8742 or use the contact form on this site.
Since mid-2012, I have been fortunate to work for an outstanding company owned by bassoonist Dr. Eric Van der veer Varner, TrevCo-Varner Music. TVM is the world’s largest retailer of music for double reed instruments. If you are looking for any solo music, chamber music, or books for the oboe, English horn, Heckelphone, bassoon, or contrabassoon, I highly recommend you look at what TVM has to offer.
Not only does TrevCo-Varner have an extensive library of over 12,000 titles, they are an invaluable resource for knowledge. The company is owned, operated, and staffed by highly trained master teachers and performers – true oboe and bassoon specialists. Read More
On January 9, 2013, Lynne Marie Mangan will present a recital as part of the BGSU Faculty Artist Concert Series.
This recital will feature pianist Robert Sattterlee, harpsichordist Kevin Bylsma, cellist Alan Smith, and soprano Jane Schoonmaker Rodgers.
The program includes works by Francesco Geminiani, Robert Schumann, Francis Poulenc, and Christopher Berg.
Form more details about this particular concert or other recitals by Ms. Mangan, visit InstantEncore.
On January 5, 2013, Bowling Green State University will be holding the 2013 BGSU Double Reed Day. Hosted by Bassoon Professor Dr. Susan Nelson and Oboe Professor Lynne Marie Mangan, the day will feature a performing competition for high school and college level players, lectures, demonstrations, recitals, and a play-along concert for all participants. Read More
I am excited to announce that I have been appointed to the faculty of Bowling Green State University as the Adjunct Associate Professor of Oboe for the 2012-2013 academic year.
In this role, I will be working with undergraduate and graduate music students.
I will maintain an oboe studio in the Detroit area, and create a new studio in northwest Ohio. Please contact me for more information about music lessons by clicking here.
The Great Lakes Consort will be presenting a recital, “Music of the High Baroque for Oboe, Trumpet, and Organ” on August 1, 2012. This concert is part of the “Wednesdays at Eight” concert series at the historic Nardin Park Church in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Hundreds of patrons from the area are expected at this free concert.
More information about this concert and other recitals can be found at my InstantEncore site at www.instantencore.com.
On April 29th, I will be presenting my first Doctoral Recital. This recital is given as part of the requirements for the Doctorate in Musical Arts Degree at University of Missouri-Kansas City.
The recital will be held at Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral in Kansas City, MO. Featured on the recital is pianist/harpsichordist Dan Velicer, bassoonist James Ryan Morris, and mezzo soprano/actress Erica Koehring.
Program information and directions are available at the InstantEncore posting of this recital: http://www.instantencore.com/concert/details.aspx?PId=5092117