Her performances praised as “excellent” and “elegantly rendered” by the New York Times, oboist ToniMarie Marchioni has performed in Europe, South America, Asia, and throughout the United States as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player. Most recently, she was a featured artist at the Moab Music Festival (Utah), in Carnegie Hall’s collected stories festivalcurated by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang, as well as in the Stefan Wolpe Society’s concert series, Portrait of a Visionary. In 2010, she performed the Martinů Oboe Concerto with the Orquesta Philarmónica del Ecuador, and in 2008, she gave the U.S. premiere of Jonathan Harvey’s concerto Sprechgesang for Oboe/English Horn. A member of the IRIS Orchestra (Memphis, TN) and Decoda (New York, NY), and an alumni of Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble ACJW, she has also appeared with the National Symphony, American Ballet Theater, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, Georgia Woodwind Quintet, and Continuum Ensemble.
Currently the Assistant Professor of Oboe at the University of Kentucky, Dr. Marchioni has worked as a teaching-artist with Sinfonia Por La Vida (Ecuador) and has held faculty positions at the University of Georgia, Las Vegas Music Festival, and the American Festival for the Arts (Houston, TX). In 2016, she will become a faculty member at the New Harmony Music Festival (Indiana). A native of Mechanicsburg, PA, Dr. Marchioni holds degrees from Harvard University (BA) and The Juilliard School (MM and DMA).