Ashley Oros graduated with her master of music in flute performance at Temple University's Boyer College of Music in 2022. She earned her bachelor of music in flute performance, also from Temple University, under David Cramer, former associate principal flute of The Philadelphia Orchestra, and Prema Kesselman, former principal flute of the Santiago Philharmonic Orchestra.

At Temple, Oros has performed as principal flute with the Temple University Symphony Orchestra, as well as with the opera orchestra, Temple Composers Orchestra, Temple Contemporary Ensemble, concert orchestra and Temple University Wind Symphony. She has also performed in master classes with Marina Puccinini, Leone Buyse, Brad Garner, Göran Marcusson, Bonita Boyd, Alexa Still (ZAWA): Jill Felber & Claudia Andersen, Stephen Preston and Lea Pearson, among others.

Before moving to the United States to attend college, Oros performed with several Santiago, Chile area youth orchestras. She has performed solos and participated in festivals in the United States, France, Italy, Chile, Argentina and Brazil.

An enthusiastic and dedicated teacher, Oros teaches privately in the Philadelphia, Lancaster and surrounding areas. Previously, she taught flute privately at the International School Nido de Aguilas in Santiago, Chile and ran a flute studio in the Santiago area. She is an advocate of the Alexander Technique and incorporates it into her lessons; she is working on becoming certified in the near future. She loves learning from her students and watching them grow as they make music an important part of life.