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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. Most recently, she was a featured artist at the Moab Music Festival (Utah), in Carnegie Hall's collected stories festival curated by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang, in the Stefan Wolpe Society's concert series, Portrait of a Visionary, and at New York's leading contemporary music venue Spectrum giving the world premiere of Discipline for Oboe and Piano, which she commissioned from composer Lansing McLoskey. In 2010, she performed the Martinů Oboe Concerto with the Orquesta Philarmónica del Ecuador, marking the Ecuadorian premiere of the work, and only the second time it had been played in South America. In 2008, she gave the United States premiere of Jonathan Harvey’s concerto Sprechgesang for Oboe and English horn with the New Juilliard Ensemble.

Appointed to the University of Kentucky faculty in 2013, Marchioni is a member of the IRIS Orchestra (Memphis, Tenn.) and Decoda (New York, NY) as well as an alumna of Carnegie Hall's Ensemble Connect (formerly ACJW), a groundbreaking initiative combining chamber music performance, arts advocacy, leadership, and teaching artistry. She has appeared with the National Symphony (including the 2016 European Tour), American Ballet Theater, Grant Park Orchestra, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, Peoria Symphony, Georgia Woodwind Quintet, and the internationally acclaimed new music ensemble Continuum. She is a frequent performer at the International Double Reed Society conferences, and a sought after clinician and pedagogue. Recent masterclasses and clinics include Indiana University, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Vanderbilt University, University of Wisconsin - Madison, University of Iowa, University of Georgia, University of South Carolina, The Kentucky Governors School for the Arts, The Midwest Clinic, Georgia Music Educators Association, and Kentucky Music Educators Association.

tm_2In chamber music, she has collaborated with members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, New York Philharmonic, and Paris Conservatoire. She participated in the Aspen and Castleton festivals, among others, and has worked with conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle, Christoph Eschenbach, Lorin Maazel, David Robertson, James DePreist, and Michael Tilson Thomas. As a passionate interpreter of contemporary music, she works directly with composers whenever possible, including Samuel Adler, Virko Baley, Anthony Cheung, Carson Cooman, Ryan Gallagher, Jeremy Gill, Lansing McLoskey, Huang Ruo, and Derrick Wang.

Marchioni is also a dedicated teacher and advocate for arts education. She has taught with Sinfonia Por La Vida (Ecuador), an organization dedicated to social inclusion through music, and has held faculty positions at the University of Georgia, New Harmony Music Festival (Indiana), Las Vegas Music Festival, and the American Festival for the Arts (Houston, TX). As a fellow in Ensemble ACJW, she participated in a 2-year teaching residency with the New York Department of Education, working closely with middle school band students at MS 158 in Bayside, Queens.

Marchioni’s performances and interviews have been broadcast internationally: as a chamber musician on BBC Radio 3's Composer of the Week and KUHF’s The Front Row, as a featured soloist on the NPR/PRI radio program From the Top, as an orchestral musician on NPR’s Performance Today, Classical WETA's Listen Live, and PBS’s Live from Lincoln Center, and as a “castaway” on WITF’s regional program Desert Island Discs. Also an avid writer, she is a frequent contributor to the Juilliard Journal and has been published in Carnegie Hall’s Playbill as a featured writer and program note annotator.

A native of Mechanicsburg, PA, she holds a Bachelor of Arts cum laude from Harvard University and the Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from The Juilliard School. Her teachers include Elaine Douvas, Eugene Izotov, Pedro Diaz, and Mark McEwen.

Bachelor of Arts - Harvard University
Master of Music - The Juilliard School
Doctor of Musical Arts - The Juilliard School

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