Leah Kohn teaches bassoon in the San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas. She has many private students, coaches several youth orchestras and holds guest workshops for local schools. Leah Kohn is a versatile musician with a passion for unusual repertoire. She has performed with a variety of ensembles around Los Angeles, including Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra, the Young Artist Symphony Orchestra, Brentwood Westwood Symphony, and the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony. Dyad, her violin and bassoon duo, has performed on concert series around Los Angeles, and also works with Street Symphony, an organization that brings music to underserved communities. Previously, she was a fellow at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, and has performed at the Lake George Music Festival and several programs at the Banff Centre. She has given premieres of new chamber and orchestral works at Constellation in Chicago, at the Four Seasons Centre in Toronto, and with the New Juilliard Ensemble and USC Thornton Edge. Ms. Kohn received her M.M. from The Juilliard School and her B.M. from the Manhattan School of Music, both as a student of Frank Morelli. She is currently enrolled in the doctoral program at the University of Southern California, with an expected completion date of December 2018. She is also a baroque bassoonist, and recently performed a Vivaldi Concerto with the USC Thornton Baroque Sinfonia. She has appeared in performances at several Tafelmusik institutes, the Amherst Early Music Festival’s Baroque Academy, and the American Bach Soloists Academy.