Biographical Sketch David Goza is an oboist and orchestral conductor whose playing appointments have included orchestras and opera companies in Memphis, Charlottesville, Tulsa and Springfield, MO. He has filled podium assignments in Memphis, Charlottesville and Springfield, and academic positions at The University of Virginia, Missouri State University, Drury College and The University of Arkansas. He currently teaches World Music at OU. He holds Master of Music degrees in both oboe performance and composition, and the DMA in instrumental conducting from UMKC. His interest in geology and his knowledge of the field are those of a rank, eager and perhaps educable amateur.
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