Kathy Bundock Moore

Kathy Bundock Moore

Kathy Bundock Moore

Dr. Kathy B. Moore received her BM and MA degrees in Music Theory and Harp from the Eastman School of Music, and her Ph.D. from Michigan State University. For the past 31 years she has been a professor of Music Theory and Harp at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley.

She is extremely active as a harpist, as a solo player and an orchestral player. She performs regularly with the Columbine Chamber players and is featured at dozens of weddings and concerts every year. Most recently, she has played principal harp in the Greeley Philharmonic and the Fort Collins Symphony and the Denver Ballet Company.

Before coming to the Colorado area, Dr. Moore played harp in orchestras all over the U.S. She played harp with the Kansas City Philharmonic, the Syracuse Symphony, the Binghamton Tri-Cities Opera Company, the Utica Symphony, the Ithaca College Orchestra, the SUNY Binghamton Orchestra, and with the Rochester Philharmonic. She has performed at Alice Tully Hall in Los Angeles, Boettcher Concert Hall in Denver, and Lincoln Center and Town Hall in New York City. She was solo and principal harp with the Colorado Philharmonic (now the National Repertory Orchestra) for two summers, and principal harp in orchestras at the Tanglewood Music Festival in Lenox, Massachusetts for three summers.

Dr. Moore has also published several texts and arrangements which are used at universities throughout the U.S. She has published articles for such journals as the American Harp Journal and the Journal of the American String Teachers Association and is currently the music theory editor for the American Harp Journal. She serves as a judge for bi-yearly competitions of the American Harp Society.

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