In memory of
Daniel John Stolper
In memory of
Daniel John Stolper
Daniel John Stolper Palm Desert - Daniel John Stolper, musician and teacher, died at his Palm Desert home on June 9 at age 85. Professor Emeritus at Michigan State University, Dan also taught for almost 50 years at Interlochen Center for the Arts and served for nearly that long as oboe editor for the Journal of the International Double Reed Society. Over the course of his career, Dan played principal oboe with several American orchestras, and toured widely. He was internationally renowned as a teacher and his students populate orchestras worldwide. Famous for his personality fully as much as for his pedagogy, Dan's compassion and kindness touched all who knew him. He is survived by husband David Kimball, sister-in-law Bonnie Stolper, nephew Brad Stolper and nieces Julie Stolper Dieckelman and Sherry Barrett.
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In memory of
Daniel John Stolper
Daniel John Stolper Palm Desert - Daniel John Stolper, musician and teacher, died at his Palm Desert home on June 9 at age 85. Professor Emeritus at Michigan State University, Dan also taught for almost 50 years at Interlochen Center for the Arts and served for nearly that long as oboe editor for the Journal of the International Double Reed Society. Over the course of his career, Dan played principal oboe with several American orchestras, and toured widely. He was internationally renowned as a teacher and his students populate orchestras worldwide. Famous for his personality fully as much as for his pedagogy, Dan's compassion and kindness touched all who knew him. He is survived by husband David Kimball, sister-in-law Bonnie Stolper, nephew Brad Stolper and nieces Julie Stolper Dieckelman and Sherry Barrett.
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