Lynn University (BM)
Born in Caracas, Venezuela, violinist Moises Molina began his musical studies in El Sistema Music Program. He completed his bachelor of Music at Lynn University in the studio of Elmar Oliveira and will pursue his master’s degree in violin performance at Rice University under the tutelage of Kathleen Winkler.
At the age of fifteen he enrolled in the Simon Bolivar Conservatory of Music and two years later he moved to New York City where he studied with Chin Kim. As a chamber musician he has received master classes by David Finckel and Wu Han by the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and performed at Carnegie Recital Hall, Merkin Concert Hall and as an ambassador of the Kaufman Music Center. Moises was the award recipient of the Chang Chavkin Scholarship from the Chamber Music Center of New York and Prizewinner of the Prima Volta competition and CMC concerto competition.
Moises developed a passion from a young age as an orchestra player from El Sistema Music Program he has performed with the Venezuela Philharmonic Orchestra, Lynn Philhamonia, Encuentro Orchestra with Gustavo Dudamel at The Hollywood Bowl 100th- year anniversary as well at Walt Disney Concert Hall. In addition to his passion for music, Moises is also committed to giving back to the community. He has been involved with various music programs inspired by El Sistema, such as the Opportunity Music Project (NY), UCMP (NJ), and the Boston String Academy (BOS), where he has had the privilege of sharing his knowledge and passion for music with young aspiring musicians.
Moises Molina plays on a Johann Blasius Weigert made in Germany, in 1718, loaned by The Virtu Foundation.