Adrian Gonzalez, a native of Boynton Beach FL., has been performing oboe and English Horn in the
Greater Cleveland area since 2019. He actively performs with the Youngstown Symphony, the Cleveland
Opera, the Cleveland Pops, the Wheeling Symphony, the Battle Creek Symphony, and the Billings
Symphony. Adrian Currently holds the position of Principal oboe with the Mansfield Symphony and the
Snow Belt Symphony. Adrian has also performed with The Cleveland Orchestra, The New World
Symphony, and The Palm Beach Symphony.
Beyond orchestral performance, Adrian has also performed extensively in Chamber Music. He
has been a member of the “Cleveland Wind Trio” since 2019. This group has played in music festivals
and an extensive variety of venues throughout Ohio. Adrian performs regularly with a non-for-profit
organization “Stars@intheclassics.” This organization puts together musicians in Cleveland and produces
a chamber concert series.
Adrian finished his master's degree in 2020 from the Cleveland Institute of Music under the
instruction of Frank Rosenwein and Jeffrey Rathbun. During this time, Adrian also attended Kent
Blossom Music Festival, where he performed chamber music with members of the Cleveland orchestra.
Adrian has also attended the Brevard Music Festival and Eastern Music Festival. Adrian received his
Bachelor’s in Oboe Performance in 2018 at Florida State University and studied under Dr. Eric Ohlsson.