Rebecca Mosloff, violin
Rebecca Mosloff fell in love with the violin at age eleven when she heard her next-door neighbor practicing, and she hasn’t put it down since. Her passion grew as she spent her formative years attending summer music festivals, among them the Meadowmount School of Music and Greenwood Music Camp, which helped foster her love of chamber music. Rebecca attended high school at Walnut Hill School for the Arts outside of Boston, where she was a student of Marylou Churchill. She has been concertmaster of the New England Conservatory Youth Symphony, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Symphony, OU Symphony, and Marrowstone Music Festival Orchestra. Rebecca received her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Nebraska—Lincoln, where she studied with Rebecca Fischer of the Chiara Quartet, and is currently pursuing a Master of Music degree at the University of Oklahoma under the instruction of Hal Grossman and Dr. Gregory Lee.