Nancy Dimock is the principal oboist of the Springfield and Vermont Symphonies, a member of the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston, the Glimmerglass Festival Orchestra and the Chameleon Arts Ensemble. She frequently performs as a guest with ensembles around Boston, including Boston Lyric Opera, Portland Symphony, Rhode Island Philharmonic, BMOP and the Boston Pops. She has been the principal oboist of the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra and can be heard performing with the HSO on the Grammy-nominated recording Rosemary Clooney: The Final Concert. She has been on the Prairie Home Companion radio show, NPR's Performance Today, and PBS's Great Performances, and she regularly performs live on Boston's classical radio station, WGBH. Nancy has performed the Bach Concerto for Violin and Oboe many times with renowned violinist Jaime Laredo, and she has collaborated with such artists as the Jacques Thibaud Trio and the Lydian String Quartet. She studied with Alfred Genovese and Joseph Robinson at the New England Conservatory and Manhattan School of Music.