JDW Sheet Music

JDW Sheet Music specializes in music for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, trumpet, french horn, trombone, tuba and concert band. We offer a diverse selection of pieces for any type of ensemble including woodwind quintet, oboe trio, flute quartet,  and brass quintet.  We also offer a diverse selection of composers including Astor Piazzolla, Amy Beach, Chopin, Debussy, and many more.

JDW also produces custom transcriptions for anyone involved with a unique chamber ensemble.  For more information, please contact Jessica Wilkins (jwilkin4@hotmail.com)


Jessica Wilkins – Owner/Arranger

Jessica Wilkins is a multifaceted musician with a diverse performance and composition career.  She has performed as an oboist with a variety of ensembles including, the Southeast Symphony, LA Winds, the Eastman Wind Ensemble and University of Michigan Symphony Band.  She has also participated in the Banff Music Festival, Imani Winds Chamber Music Festival,  and the Idyllwild Arts Music Festival.

Composing and arranging are also significant elements of Jessica’s career. At age 18, Jessica had a collection of her oboe duets published by RDG Woodwinds.  By age 21, she had launched her online sheet music company (JDW Sheet Music) to showcase her original transcriptions. Her arrangements have been performed by solo artists and chamber music groups like Nancy Ambrose King, Cordancia Chamber Orchestra, University of Northern Colorado oboe studio, and Bocal Majority.  This past August, her Astor Piazzolla arrangement of Five Tango Sensations was premiered at the 2015 International Double Reed Society Conference in Tokyo, Japan.

Jessica currently resides in Los Angeles, CA as an active freelance oboist.  She has also launched an innovative library presentation incorporating solo oboe music, children’s literature and multimedia.

Jessica holds a bachelor’s degree from the Eastman School of Music as well as a Master’s degree in oboe performance from the University of Michigan.  Her principal teachers include Nancy Ambrose King, Richard Killmer, Fred Korman and Meg Cassell.