Elizabeth Koch was recently appointed principal oboe of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and she began her tenure with the orchestra in September 2007. She has performed as soloist with the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra, the Colorado College Summer Music Festival Orchestra, and the World Youth Symphony. She has appeared as guest principal oboe with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic, Buffalo Philharmonic, Baltimore Symphony, and Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. She has also been a guest artist with the Chateauville Foundation’s young residency program. She has been featured on NPR’s “From the Top” and “Live from Studio A” programs playing chamber music. She has participated in the New York State Summer School for Orchestral Studies, Eastern Music Festival, New York String Orchestra Seminar, Pacific Music Festival, and Colorado College Summer Music Festival. In addition to guest appearances with the Ritz Chamber Players, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Youth Orchestra of the Americas, and the Georgia Chamber players, she has performed at the Tannery Pond Chamber Music Festival, Linton Chamber Music Festival, Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival, and Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival. Ms. Koch studied at the Interlochen Arts Academy under Daniel Stolper and the Curtis Institute of Music under Richard Woodhams.