Tyler Romesberg holds a bachelor’s degree in Music Education from the University of North Texas and is currently pursuing graduate studies in Oboe Performance at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. Romesberg has performed with the Amarillo Symphony as 2nd Oboe/English Horn, with the Lone Star Wind Orchestra as 2nd oboe/English Horn, and is ecstatic to be joining Oakville Symphony as principal oboist.
Romesberg has recorded professionally with the internationally acclaimed chamber group Imbroglio Sextet on their album Greetings from Gran Hostal El Chiscon, as well as with the UNT Wind Ensemble on the album Fiestas. During his time at UNT, Romesberg has won the UNT Chamber Music Competition as a member of a woodwind quintet, and he was a finalist in the UNT Concerto Competition.
As a teacher, Tyler Romesberg served as an oboe instructor for Carroll ISD from 2019-2022. As part of this job, Romesberg taught virtual and in-person lessons for beginners, middle schoolers, and high schoolers. In addition to these duties, Romesberg also regularly taught masterclasses, reed making classes, and a beginner double reed class in Aubrey ISD. Beyond the classroom, Romesberg served as the oboe instructor at Ecole de Musique Ste. Trinité in Mirebalais, Haiti, during the summer of 2018.
When he is not making reeds or practicing, Romesberg loves to be outside, and he enjoys hiking, cycling, kayaking, and surfing.