Bachelor of Music - Texas Tech University
Master of Music - Southern Methodist University
Sally Bohls is a professional performer/contractor, studio musician, and private teacher in the Dallas Metroplex. Sally is actively sought after as a guest soloist, clinician, and adjudicator. She has articles published in national and international magazines. She has been playing oboe since 1967 and started teaching oboe in 1978. She holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Texas Tech University and a Master of Music degree from Southern Methodist University. She has studied oboe with Stephen Lickman and Eric Barr of the Dallas Symphony and been a participant in master classes and seminars given by John Mack and Ray Still. Sally has played auditions and made the finals for the Boston Symphony and the Philadelphia Orchestra. She plays with the Lewisville Lake Symphony, Dallas Summer Musicals, and has recorded CD¹s with the Turtle Creek Chorale. Her woodwind quintet, all about 5, is sought after as performers and clinicians. She has a private studio of young oboists grades 6 thru 12 and has taught at the university level. Her students are extraordinarily successful at all levels and in all types of competitions. Sally tries to instill a profound sense of self-worth and joy of playing in all of her students. Her husband, Jon, is a professional musician/trombone teacher. Sally has three sons, David, Jason, and Mark who are successful musicians themselves. She currently resides in Carrollton, Texas.