What fun I get to have! We call this “work:” spending 12+ hours per day with some of my favorite musicians!
Posts By: Molly Barth
I am thrilled to be preparing for two exciting performances of the “Trail of Tears” flute concerto, composed by Michael Daugherty, to be performed with the Portland Columbia Symphony. Please join me at one or both of the following events, and invite your friend to attend as well! Friday, November 18, 7:30pm Portland First United… Read more »
Autumn is a busy time of year to make great music! In the next few months, I am to appear as soloist with the Portland Columbia Symphony, interact with flutists of the Greater Cleveland Flute Society and the Rochester Flute Association, engage in a residency at Eastman with Jeff Zeigler and Paola Prestini, travel… Read more »
The moment I ended my fabulous 8th year teaching at the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance, I boarded a plane to participate in the Charlotte New Music Festival; thank you, Bent Frequency, for including me in this exciting collaboration. I then had the privilege to interact with an inspiring cast of performers… Read more »
I am proud to invite you to view my new music video. I am performing “Cantiga del Merolico II” by Ricardo Zohn Muldoon, with Darren Stevenson of PUSH Physical Theater. Cantiga del Merolico II (1990/rev. 2014) composed by Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon This work is a tribute to the merolico, an exhuberant type of vendor that… Read more »