Dr. Madelyn Moore is currently Professor of Woodwinds at Kilgore College in Kilgore, TX. She is also an active free-lance musician in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Dr. Moore recently completed her DMA at the University of Kansas, where she held a graduate teaching assistantship. She has a Masters of Music in clarinet performance from Northern Illinois University and a Bachelors of Music Education from Texas Christian University.
Dr. Moore is an active performer, having given chamber performances at The Juilliard School and Mannes College of music, and at the Midwest Double Reed Society Conference. She has also performed with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Fort Worth Civic Orchestra, the Sinfonietta of Fort Worth, the New Texas Symphony and the Illinois Valley and Kishwaukee Symphony Orchestras. She performed as a soloist at the Southeastern United States Band Directors Conference held at Troy State University in Troy, Alabama. Dr. Moore has performed as principal clarinet of the Taneycomo Festival Orchestra and has given chamber concerts as part of the Imani Winds Chamber Music Festival. As principal clarinet of the University of Kansas Wind Ensemble she was featured as a soloist on their CD “Landscapes” which was released on the Naxos Label. With this group she also premiered Mohammed Fairouz’s piece In the Shadow of No Towers at Carnegie Hall in the spring of 2013. This performance was also recorded and released on the Naxos label.
Madelyn Moore has taught extensively in the Chicago area, in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, and has been on staff at Midwestern Music Academy, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp and the TCU Band Camps. Dr. Moore was asked to lecture at the 2006 Clarinetfest in Atlanta, Georgia as a finalist in their call for papers where she received Honorable Mention. She has also been published in The Clarinet journal. Her major teachers include Dr. Stephanie Zelnick, Ana-Victoria Luperi, Dr. Greg Barrett and Gary Whitman. Miss Moore is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Sigma Honorary Service Sorority, Kappa Delta Pi Music Honors Society, Pi Kappa Lambda Education Honors Society and the International Clarinet Association.