About Hannah's Oboes
My mission is to make quality Oboes, English horns and Oboe d’amores accessible and affordable for aspiring players of all ages so their experience will be positive and successful. I specialize in New and Used Oboes, English horns and Oboes D’Amore for players of all ages and levels. I regularly stock Loree, Laubin, Fox, Yamaha, Howarth, Marigaux and Gebrüder Mönnig instruments. I carry instruments of the highest quality and value that will exceed your expectations. I offer clients the highest level of personal service.
HannahsOboes – Established 1999
This philosophy arose many years ago when I started on a plastic Linton oboe. This oboe lacked many of the standard keys and was in ill repair. Needless to say, my experience was not favorable, and it is amazing that I chose to major in music. It took my mom 5 years to be able to buy me my first Loree back in 1969.
I guarantee my instruments to be in ready-to-play condition and top quality. Instruments are available for a one week trial.
My extensive inventory changes daily.
For my current stock of instruments please email: email@example.com or call me at 602-999-0325.
* The prospective buyer pays for round-trip shipping regardless of purchase.
** Arizona delivered sales are charged 8.30% & Sales to Tennessee may include sales tax, contact for details
I would like to introduce myself, hannah selznick, English horn soloist and oboist with the Musicanova Symphony Orchestra of Arizona. I invite you to listen to me performing with musicanova in this YouTube recording here.
Hannah is also a member of the Chandler Symphony, the past Principal oboist of the Scottsdale Symphony; SSO business manager for 3 years and also the past oboist/English hornist with the Mesa Symphony. I also served as the MSO business manager for two years. I have over fifty years experience as an oboe and English horn player, instructor and free-lance performer. I earned a B.S. Degree in Music Education from the Univ. of Missouri, and my Master’s Degree in Oboe Performance from Tulsa Univ. I enjoyed Post Master’s Oboe Studies with the late Don Hefner, of Catholic University, Washington, D.C.
I am proud to share this YouTube Video of the Chandler Symphony Chamber Concert on March 7, 2015, performing the Vivaldi Concerto for Two Oboes in D Minor. RV 535.
Marc Goldstick is performing on an Howarth XL oboe, and I am performing on a Laubin Cocobolo oboe.
Hannah’s Oboes welcomes Tiffany Pan to the staff
Tiffany Pan is a doctoral candidate in Oboe Performance at Arizona State University (ASU), where she has held multiple graduate assistantships in music. In 2013, Pan advanced as a semi-finalist in the Elite Division at the 2nd Asian Double Reed Association International Oboe Competition. In 2010, she won the ASU Concert of Soloists and performed the Kalliwoda Concertino with the ASU Symphony Orchestra. In the summer of 2014, she was invited to the Vianden Festival in Luxembourg as guest artist and chamber music coach. As a performer, Pan plays with the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Musica Nova Orchestra, West Valley Symphony, and Symphony of the Southwest, and was the guest principal oboist of Tucson Symphony Orchestra for three programs in 2014. Pan has performed throughout the US as well as in Taiwan, Japan, South Africa, Swaziland, Luxembourg, and Canada.
A Native of Taiwan, Tiffany Pan received her Master’s degree from Arizona State University and holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is the oboist with the Phoenix-based reed quintet, Paradise Winds.
Hannah’s Oboes welcomes Nicholas Alexander to the staff
Nicholas Alexander is an oboist originally based in Albuquerque, New Mexico where he studied with Mary Anne D’Arcangelis. Growing up in music and excelling at a young age, Nicholas played multiple concerts with the Albuquerque Philharmonic starting as a freshman in high school. After placing third in the Albuquerque Youth Symphony concerto competition, he performed the Mozart oboe concerto with the New Mexico Philharmonic for their children’s outreach concert programs. During his senior year of high school, he was nominated to be the Albuquerque Youth Symphony student body president.
In 2019, Nicholas moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma to start a bachelor’s degree at Oklahoma State University. During his studies, he performed with the O.S.U. Wind Symphony and in early 2020 won the O.S.U. Symphony Orchestra concerto competition playing the Klughardt Oboe Concertino.
Nicholas Alexander has previously worked for Hannah’s at the 2017 International Double Reed Society Conference held in Wisconsin. He is excited to be on the staff and particularly enjoys setting up instruments for trial and expanding his knowledge to assist aspiring players.
Thank you for your confidence in permitting me to assist you in this very important musical decision.
Cordially, hannah selznick