A native of Massachusetts, Alicia Maloney is an oboist residing in Boston. She joined the Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra in 2015 and performs regularly with the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra and Cape Cod Chamber Ensemble. Other recent engagements include performances with the San Antonio Symphony, Bangor Symphony Orchestra, Haffner Sinfonietta, Video Game Orchestra, and the Vermont Mozart Festival, among others. From 2014-2016, she held the oboe fellowship with Boston-based chamber ensemble, Symphony Nova.
Outside of performing, she combines her love for teaching and travel through outreach. From 2012-2013, she served on the faculty of the Music Education Development Agency, teaching and performing at the Escuela Municipal de Bellas Artes in Veracruz, Mexico, and the Bi-National Youth Orchestra of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. She currently performs as a member of the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra's 'Learning in Concert' outreach trio, which brings interactive chamber music performances to schools throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Alicia was a recipient of the Theodore Presser Scholarship at Boston University, where she studied with Mark McEwen and Robert Sheena of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. She spent several summers at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Alberta, Canada studying additionally with Alex Klein of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.