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Rane Moore joined the Conservatory faculty in 2019 as an assistant professor of clarinet.
Moore is highly regarded for her thoughtful, provocative interpretations of both standard and contemporary repertoire. Devoted to the new music communities of the East Coast and beyond, Moore is a founding member of the Talea Ensemble, which regularly gives premieres of new works at major venues and festivals around the world. Moore has recently joined the Fischoff Gold Medal–winning wind quintet, the City of Tomorrow, and is also a member of Boston’s Callithumpian Consort and Sound Icon. She is the principal clarinetist for the Boston Philharmonic and Boston Landmarks Orchestra. Moore is also a regularly invited collaborator with the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE), Boston Musica Viva, Emmanuel Music, A Far Cry, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, and the Boston Ballet Orchestra.
Moore’s latest festival performances include events at the Tanglewood Music Festival, Lincoln Center Festival, Wien Modern, Warsaw in Autumn, ECLAT in Stuttgart, Darmstadt International Music Festival, Resonant Bodies Festival in New York, Festival Musica Strasbourg, Luxembourg Philharmonie, Project Gruppe Neue Musik in Bremen, Monday Evening Concerts in Los Angeles, Ojai Music Festival, Cervantino Festival in Mexico, Time of Music in Finland, Bludenzer Tage Zeitgemäßer Musik, Transit Festival in Belgium, Time Spans, Contempuls 5 in Prague, Sacrum Profanum in Krakow, June in Buffalo, the Village Vanguard, Newport Jazz Festival, Saalfelden Jazz Festival, Jazz à la Villette in Paris, Monadnock Music, Rockport Music, Kingston Chamber Music Festival, Town Hall Concerts in Seattle, and Trinity Wall Street in New York.
Moore is on the faculty of the Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice at New England Conservatory and is the coartistic director of Winsor Music, a chamber music series and musical outreach organization in the Boston area. She has recordings on over a dozen labels including Tzadik, Pi, Wergo, Kairos, and ECM records.