Oshri has been playing woodwind instruments for 25 years. He has had the opportunity to study oboe with Paul Sherman in Los Angeles and Joseph Robinson at Duke University, where he also studied psychology and management, as well as performed research in time perception. He has furthered his musical studies in his work with Guru Singh, practicing and offering meditative and yogic music for several years.
His main instruments are oboe and English horn, but in the past years have expanded to performing the duduk, penny whistle, Native American flute, and vocals. He is also an author and illustrator of several children’s books, and has a small food business that makes delicious carob bars. In this way he loves to nourish beings through sound, imagery, and food.