Kristyn Moore (née Morey) is a Chicago native, but has called Boston home since relocating in 2009. She is an active freelance musician currently performing with the Brookline Symphony Orchestra, Apollo Ensemble, and Boston Chamber Symphony, and was the winner of the Brookline Symphony Orchestra’s 2019 Concerto Competition. Kristyn is also the Direct Sales Specialist & Artist Relations Manager for Verne Q. Powell Flutes.
Kristyn completed her M.M. in flute performance at Boston University, with a B.M. in flute performance from DePaul University, where she graduated summa cum Laude. Kristyn was the runner-up at the Boise Philharmonic Second Flute audition and a semi-finalist for the Huntsville Symphony piccolo audition, in addition to accolades and scholarships from DePaul University and first place concerto competition prizes from the Protegé Philharmonic and Aurora Youth Symphony. She has had the privilege of studying under Linda Toote, Mary Stolper, Jennifer Clippert, Hideko Amano, and Allison Domanus-Brady, with extensive guidance from Cynthia Meyers, Elizabeth Rowe, and Marco Granados. She has performed in the masterclasses of Trevor Wye, Paul Edmund-Davies, Cynthia Meyers, Patti Adams, and Jonathan Keeble.
Kristyn is not only an active freelance performer but a passionate educator as well, maintaining a private studio of flutists of all ages and levels in the Medford and Winthrop areas, as well as part of the King Philip Regional High School lesson program in Wrentham, MA.
Kristyn plays on a 14-karat gold handmade custom Powell flute.