Assistant professor of Flute at Mansfield University of PA, earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the Boston Conservatory of Music; Masters of Music from Manhattan School of Music and a DMA from Rutgers University. She is a member of the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra and the Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra. She performs in the annual Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival every summer and the Savoy Company’s Gilbert & Sullivan productions in Philadelphia. A former member of the Allentown Symphony, she performs regularly with professional orchestras in eastern PA and NY. Dr. Moulton has served on the teaching faculties at the Manhattan School of Music, Northampton Community College and the Community Music School of Allentown. Recent workshops and classes she has presented have included The 2008 Rochester Flute Fair, Kutztown University, the Community Music School of Allentown and the Pennsylvania Academy of Music. She serves as Secretary/Treasurer of the Marcel Moyse Society.
Her professional career began in the Boston area where she earned a reputation as a skillful interpreter of new music performing with noted new music ensembles including Extension Works, the Harvard Group for New Music and Alea III. The Boston Globe described her as a "classy and resourceful musician, and quite a player" and she has been featured in both live and recorded performances on Boston's WGBH Radio. As an orchestral musician she has performed with orchestras including the Rhode Island Philharmonic, the Northeastern PA Philharmonic, the Lehigh Valley Chamber Orchestra and the Bach Choir of Bethlehem and participated in the Spoleto Festivals both in the USA and Italy. As a former winner of the Boston based James Pappoutsakis Flute Competition (1993), Dr. Moulton was invited to perform at the 2005 National Flute Convention in San Diego, CA. Principal teachers include Keith Underwood, Bart Feller, Sandra Church and William Grass.
Christine Fish Moulton, DMA
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