Felicia Moye has performed throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America as soloist and chamber musician with groups such as the Miami String Quartet, Orpheus and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. Ms. Moye was first violinist of the Miami String Quartet when the group won top prizes in both the Evian and London International String Quartet Competitions and recorded with the group under the Pyramid Records label. She has also performed chamber music in collaboration with the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society, the Blossom Music Festival, the Mostly Mozart Festival in Avery Fischer Hall and ARC- Artists of the Royal Conservatory.
Ms. Moye has served as concertmaster of the Santa Fe Opera, Honolulu Symphony and as acting concertmaster of the San Francisco Symphony. She was chosen by Pinchas Zukerman to serve as concertmaster of the National Arts Center Orchestra for his Canadian tour. Felicia has served as adjudicator representing the United States and Canada for the inaugural “Tchaikovsky’s Homeland” International Violin Competition held in Vitensk, Russia. She has also served as adjudicator for Concert Artists Guild in New York, Chicago Symphony’s Young Artist Competition, the Sorantin and Schmidbauer International Competitions. Felicia Moye is currently Full Professor of Violin at the University of Wisconsin- Madison and a member of Trio Antigo. She has also served as Professor of Violin at The Glenn Gould School of The Royal Conservatory of Music in Canada, the University of Oklahoma, the New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida and the pre-college division of The Juilliard School as Ivan Galamian and Margaret Pardee’s assistant.
Felicia enjoys her collaboration with Masters Music Publications and has published editions of works by Vieuxtemps and Alkan. She is a very enthusiastic teacher and is frequent guest artist and coach of the New World Symphony and has served on faculty for many summer music festivals: ARIA (Massachusetts), Zephyr (Italy), Madeline Island (US), Marrowstone (US), Vianden (Luxembourg) and the International Festival-Institute at Round Top. The New York Times has acknowledged her for her “rich sound, a broad coloristic palette…and seemingly unflagging energy.”