Dr. Leslie Moreau
Dr. Leslie Moreau is Professor of Music at Boise State University where she teaches clarinet and music theory. She is an active performer and clinician around the country, with recent solo and chamber performances in Salt Lake City, Knoxville, Ostend (Belgium), Las Vegas, Florida, Toronto, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Seattle, and Atlanta. Moreau has performed on several recent CD recordings including Ironwood Trio’s debut CD Destiny, released in 2019. She served as Artistic Director for ClarinetFest© 2020 (canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic).
Moreau plays clarinet with the Boise Philharmonic and Opera Idaho, and previously with the Phoenix Symphony. She has contributed to The Clarinet, the quarterly journal of the ICA, and currently serves as the ICA’s State Chair for Idaho. Moreau received her D.M.A. and M.M. degrees from Arizona State University, where she studied with Robert Spring. Her Bachelor’s Degree was earned at Indiana University, studying with Howard Klug. She enjoys outreaching to students in Idaho and the Pacific Northwest region.
You can listen to Dr. Moreau perform Dana Wilson’s Liquid Ebony with the Boise State University Symphonic Winds at the 2011 National College Band Directors Association (CBDNA) Conference.