ToniMarie Marchioni,


Praised for her “excellent” and “elegantly rendered” performances (The New York Times), ToniMarie has concertized in Europe, South America, Asia, and throughout the US as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player.

She was featured in Carnegie Hall’s “Collected Stories Festival,” curated by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang, and in the Stefan Wolpe Society’s concert series, “Portrait of a Visionary.” She commissioned Lansing McLoskey’s Discipline for Oboe and Piano which she premiered at New York's Spectrum. A member of the IRIS Orchestra in Memphis, TN and the New York City-based Decoda, ToniMarie is an alumna of Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble Connect. She has appeared with the National Symphony, including on their 2016 European Tour, American Ballet Theater, Grant Park Orchestra, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, Georgia Woodwind Quintet, and Continuum Ensemble.

ToniMarie has been a teaching-artist with Sinfonia Por La Vida in Ecuador and held faculty positions at the University of Georgia, Las Vegas Music Festival, and the American Festival for the Arts in Houston, TX. She is currently Assistant Professor of Oboe at the University of Kentucky and on the faculty at the New Harmony Music Festival in Indiana.

ToniMarie is a sought-after clinician and pedagogue and frequently featured at the International Double Reed Society conferences. Recent and upcoming masterclasses and clinics include engagements at Indiana University, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Vanderbilt University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Iowa, University of Georgia, University of South Carolina, The Midwest Clinic, Georgia Music Educators Association, Kentucky Music Educators Association, and the Kentucky Governors School for the Arts.

A native of Mechanicsburg, PA, holds degrees from Harvard University (BA) and The Juilliard School (MM and DMA).