Liz Koch Tiscione

Artist-in-Residence in Oboe, School of Music

Elizabeth ("Liz") Koch Tiscione, a native of Buffalo, New York, joined the faculty of Kennesaw State University in 2008. She has been the Principal Oboe of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra since fall 2007. Ms. Koch Tiscione has been playing the oboe since age nine. She studied at the Interlochen Arts Academy under Daniel Stolper and the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia under Richard Woodhams. She is also a member of the Atlanta Chamber Players.

Ms. Koch Tiscione has performed as a soloist with the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra, the Colorado College Summer Music Festival Orchestra, and the World Youth Symphony with Sarah Chang. She has appeared as guest Principal Oboe with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, the Rochester Philharmonic, and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra.

Ms. Koch Tiscione has been featured on NPR's "From the Top" and "Live from Studio A." She has participated in the New York State Summer School for Orchestral Studies, the Eastern Music Festival and the New York String Orchestra Seminar, and has been a guest artist with the Army Band, at the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival, and at the Tannery Pond Chamber Music Festival. She has also been a guest artist with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. She participated in the Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo, Japan, and has collaborated with the Ritz Chamber Players.

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