Angela Christine Sallas

Newly based in the Denver, Colorado area, oboist Christine Sallas was
most recently employed on faculty at the University of Kentucky. An
active performer and teacher, Dr. Sallas was awarded a DMA in
performance from UK in August of 2017. For the past three summers, she
has appeared with the Opera in the Ozarks festival in Arkansas and has
also performed with the Bluegrass Opera Company and the Lexington
Chamber Singers in Lexington, KY. She also currently serves as
principal oboe with the Lexington Chamber Orchestra. Dr. Sallas
previously held the position of teaching assistant to the oboe studio
and performed with the University of Kentucky Symphony Orchestra and
the University of Kentucky Opera Theatre as principal oboe. In
February of 2016, she performed the Mozart Oboe Concerto with the
University of Kentucky Symphony Orchestra as the Concerto Competition
winner. Dr. Sallas holds a Masters degree from The Boston Conservatory
in Massachusetts and a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of
Georgia. She has also appeared on two commercial recordings: the CD
and DVD recording of Home: A Live Concert Recording with the Atlanta
Symphony Youth Orchestra alongside the Atlanta based rock band
Collective Soul, and the CD Millennium Canons: Looking Forward,
Looking Back with the University of Georgia Wind Ensemble under the
direction of Dr. John Lynch. Her major teachers include Dr. ToniMarie
Marchioni, Mr. Robert Sheena, Dr. Reid Messich, and Dr. Dwight
Manning. Dr. Sallas is a member of the National Association of
Musicians, the International Double Reed Society, and the College
Music Society.