Mary Cicconetti is a freelance musician in the Boston area and currently serves on the faculties at Boston University, Powers Music School, and Brookline Music School. Her students in the greater Boston area have achieved great success in extracurricular musical actives. They have participated in BYSO ensembles, NEC preparatory program ensembles, the Massachusetts Youth Symphony Project, and district music festivals. Her prior teaching appointment was at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana, where she taught oboe, music theory, and aural skills.
Cicconetti has performed with orchestras throughout New England including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Pops Orchestra, Boston Lyric Opera, Boston Landmarks Orchestra, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, and the Portland Symphony Orchestra. She currently serves as second oboe with the Cape Symphony Orchestra, second oboe/English horn with the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra and oboe/English horn with the Boston Landmarks Orchestra. Cicconetti has participated in numerous music festivals including Opera North, Buzzards Bay MusicFest, Sarasota, Aspen, and Texas Music Festivals.
Cicconetti lives in Boston (Roslindale) with her husband, Andrew Goodrich, a music education professor at Boston University, and their three West Highland White Terriers, Wendell, Emily and Lily. She is an avid tennis player and competes in several leagues including the Dorothy Bruno Hills Indoor League, Central Massachusetts Indoor Tennis League, World Team Tennis as well as several USTA leagues.
M.M. in oboe performance from Arizona State University
B.M. in oboe performance from the CincinnatiCollege-Conservatory of Music