Christine Fish Moulton is Associate Professor of Flute at Mansfield University of PA. She is a member of the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, the Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra, is principal flute for the Savoy Company productions in Philadelphia and Philadelphia Boys Choir, and performs in the annual Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival. Allan Kozinn said in a review in the New York Times of a recent performance with the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra at NYC’s Symphony Space of Richard Auldon Clark’s “Four Sketches” for flute and string trio, “Christine Moulton gave its flute line a shapely, colorful reading…” She performed in the New York Flute Club’s Flute Fair in Manhattan in March and will be presenting two pieces for flute and strings at the National Flute Convention in August 2012 in Las Vegas. Her Bachelor of Arts degree is from the Boston Conservatory of Music, Masters of Music from Manhattan School of Music and DMA from Rutgers University. Principal teachers include Keith Underwood, Bart Feller, Sandra Church and William Grass. She serves as Secretary/Treasurer of the Marcel Moyse Society.