Oboist Pamela Holloway graduated with her Master of Music in Oboe Performance from Georgia State University and her Bachelor of Music in Oboe Performance from Columbus State University. Her primary teachers include Holly Gornik, Russ deLuna, and Dr. Lara Saville Dahl. An active performer, Ms. Holloway is a member of the Lagrange, Carroll, Johns Creek, and Toccoa Symphonies; Symphony Without Borders, and Atlanta Philharmonic Orchestra. She is in demand as a freelance oboist and has appeared with the Columbus Symphony, Macon Pops Orchestra, Rome Symphony, San Angelo Symphony (TX), Music Sacra Atlanta, North Georgia Wind Symphony, and others. Ms. Holloway also enjoys a busy pit orchestra schedule for ballet, opera, and musical theater. She has performed in productions for the GSU Opera Theater, Harrower Summer Opera Workshop, Springer Opera House, Capitol City Opera Company, Lagrange College Musical Theatre, Gwinnett Ballet Company, and Columbus (GA) Ballet Company. Ms. Holloway has also performed on tours with live orchestra for popular artists such as Josh Groban, Sarah Mclachlan, Evanescence, Shakar, Il Volo, and others.
She maintains a busy private teaching schedule as Instructor of Double Reeds with the Carroll Symphony Music Academy and University of West Georgia, Instructor of Oboe at Ken Stanton Music, and as a private teacher for her own home studio. Ms. Holloway has served as Interim Part-time Instructor of Oboe at Georgia State University, and as Interim Artist-Instructor of Oboe at the Atlanta Chamber Music Festival. She currently serves as Woodwind Staff for the Atlanta Chamber Music Festival and is in demand as a middle and high school clinic instructor.
In her spare time, Ms. Holloway enjoys gardening, kayaking, and family history research. She resides in Canton, GA with her husband, Daniel, a professional cellist, and their daughter, Hannah.