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Kiersten Moser

Registrar and Violin

Despite not having come from a family of musicians herself, Kiersten Moser fostered a deep
appreciation for music at an early age. Her childhood years were immersed with an eclectic
mixture of genres such as world music, electronica, nu metal, and a myriad of 80s and 90s

At the age of eleven, she joined her middle school orchestra on the viola. Within a year of
playing, she knew that her life was changed forever, and that music would be a lifelong and
professional pursuit. At the age of twelve, she began to compose, which forged her path into the
Barthelmes Conservatory, where she formally studied violin from 2007 to 2012, when she
graduated high school. In 2012, she was awarded a full scholarship to The University of Tulsa
where she studied with violinist Maureen O’Boyle and composer and pianist Roger Price. She
now holds a BM in Violin Performance.

Currently, Kiersten performs with the Signature Symphony at TCC and occasionally with the
Tulsa and Bartlesville Symphonies, in addition to freelancing for weddings and other special
events. She also continues to compose and has collaborated with various local and international
artists such as the Signature Quartet, David Broome, Scott Bell, and KDMQ. From 2019-2021,
she presented and performed both original and co-composed works in the OK Electric Festival
and Signature Symphony’s Connecting the Dots series.

Outside of any music-related activities, Kiersten enjoys evening nature walks, doing craft
projects (with her favorite background TV, The Office), reading, and hanging out with her
husband, Josiah.