Oboist ToniMarie Marchioni has performed in Europe, South America, Asia, and throughout the United States as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player. For the 2017-18 season, she was Acting Second Oboe for the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, DC. She has also been a featured artist at the Moab Music Festival; in Carnegie Hall’s collected stories festival; for the Stefan Wolpe Society; and at New York’s contemporary music venue Spectrum. A member of IRIS Orchestra (Memphis, TN) and Decoda (New York, NY), and alumna of Carnegie Hall's Ensemble Connect, she has also performed as a guest musician with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony, Nashville Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, New Jersey Symphony, Grant Park Orchestra, American Ballet Theater, and Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Additionally, Marchioni was a semi-finalist at the Boulder International Chamber Music Competition and is a frequent performer at conferences of the International Double Reed Society. Currently the Assistant Professor of Oboe at the University of Kentucky, she has served on the faculties of the University of Georgia, New Harmony Music Festival, American Festival for the Arts, and the Las Vegas Music Festival. Marchioni holds degrees from Harvard University and The Juilliard School as a student of Elaine Douvas, Eugene Izotov, Pedro Diaz, and Mark McEwen.