Master Sgt. Paige Caroleen Wroble is a vocalist with the Airmen of Note, The United States Air Force Band, Washington, D.C. In addition to her performing duties, she is a unit government purchase cardholder. A native of Broadalbin, New York, Sergeant Wroble's career in the Air Force began in 2003.
Before joining the Air Force, Wroble attended the Schenectady County Community College, where she was the featured vocalist with the SCCC Jazz Ensemble, the Vocal Chamber Ensemble and the Empire Jazz Ensemble. Also, she was the Vice President of SCCC's MENC chapter from 1993 to 1994. She continued on to Maryville College (MC) in Maryville, Tennessee, where she pursued a Bachelor of Arts in vocal performance. She was the featured vocalist with the MC Jazz Band and Concert Band, a soloist with the MC Concert Choir and a guest vocalist on a faculty jazz recital with Professor Larry Smithee. Wroble has appeared with the Knoxville Opera Company and has been a featured soloist with the East Tennessee Jazz Orchestra and the Oak Ridge Chorus. In 2002, Sergeant Wroble was selected to perform in the MACCO Showcase of Area Artists.
Wroble's Air Force career highlights include sharing the stage with artists such as Tierney Sutton, Karrin Allyson, Duffy Jackson, Ron Carter, Phil Woods, Kirk Whalum, Rufus Reid, Kurt Rosenwinkel, NY Voices and Al Jarreau.
In 2013, Wroble deployed with a small group from The U.S. Air Force Band who traveled to Quatar, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan in support of diplomatic and troop morale initiatives as a part of Operation Enduring Freedom.