Dr. Nicole Molumby
Dr. Nicole Molumby is Professor at Boise State University, Department of Music teaching flute and ear training. Internationally, she has performed in Slovenia, Croatia, Norway, Austria, & the UK. She recently completed a CD project, entitled Awakening: 21st Century Slovenian Flute Music with the MSR Classic Records Label that was inspired by the creative and contemporary music of Slovenian composers Blaž Pucihar, Črt Sojar Voglar, and Peter Kopač. In 2012, she received an Idaho Commission on the Arts Fellowship in Performing Arts, as well as a Boise State Arts and Humanities Fellowship for her contributions and performances of newly commissioned flute music by Slovenian Composers Blaž Pucihar and Črt Sojar Voglar. In 2011, she was also named the College Music Society’s Technology Award recipient for her innovative teaching strategies using iPads in the University Aural Skills Class. Performance engagements have included: principal flute at the Classical Music Festival in Eisenstadt, Austria (2002-2009); substitute flute with the Boise Philharmonic Orchestra (2008-present); National Flute Association National Convention in 2010-present; and College Music Society Board Member for Performance 2016-2018. She is a faculty member at Passion Flute Summer Course since 2010 with flutists Angeleita Floyd, Jill Felber, and Claudia Anderson.
Dr. Molumby is the National Flute Association’s Myrna Brown International Scholarship Liaison. She was adjudicator for the Hornsfall Flute Competition (Seattle, WA), MTNA Regional Woodwind Competition, and Idaho Music Educators Association. She received her D. M. A. from The Ohio State University with Katherine Borst Jones, M. M. degree from the Royal Northern College of Music (Manchester, UK) with Peter Lloyd, and B.M. & B.M.E. from the University of Northern Iowa with Dr. Angeleita S. Floyd. Currently, Dr. Molumby is practicing and teaching a westernized version of Yoga Nidra called iRest (Integrative Restoration). She is a Level 1 Certified iRest Teacher.