Is the winner of the 2018 Yamaha Young Performing Artists Competition, sponsored by Yamaha Corporation in the United States. He has a Master’s degree from the prestigious Colburn Conservatory in Los Angeles, CA. Eder has studied with San Francisco Opera Principal Oboist, Mr. Minjia Liu, and is currently studying for an Artistic Diploma with San Francisco Symphony Principal Oboist, Eugene Izotov. He has won numerous awards, including bronze medal at the prestigious Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, named Most Outstanding Instrumentalist in Oboe along with an Honorable Mention at the Sphinx Orchestra Partner Audition Woodwind Competition, first place at the Double Reed Texas Society at Sam Houston University in Texas, Georgia State Winner and Southern US Regional Competition. Eder received the Senior Performance Honors Award (2019-2020) in recognition of his achievements and honors during his undergraduate degree at the Schwob School of Music where he studied with Dr. Susan Tomkiewicz. He has been featured on newspapers and television shows in the United States and Honduras. Furthermore, Eder is an active speaker who enjoys being able to motivate students and musicians from all walks of life through his career experiences. Eder dedicates his time to furthering education and assisting oboe students with his artistic preparation. Eder has received training and master classes with Elaine Douvas, Principal Oboist of the Metropolitan Opera and Oboe Teacher at the Juilliard School, Alex Klein, Oboist Emeritus Chicago Symphony, and Erin Hannigan, Principal Oboist of the Dallas Symphony, among many others. In 2019, he was a soloist with the Virtuosi String Ensemble directed by maestro Sergiu Schwartz. He has worked in collaboration with directors such as Esa-Pekka Salonen, James Conlon, Yahuda Gilad, Rosen Milanov, Paul Hostetter, and Dr. Jaime Nix. Eder began his musical studies at the Victoriano López School of Music in his native Honduras.