Dr. Leslie Moreau teaches clarinet and music theory in the Department of Music at Boise State University where she has taught since 2007. She 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. An active performer, Dr. Moreau has presented solo and chamber performances around the country, including Los Angeles, Austin, Minneapolis, Seattle, Spokane, Reno and Atlanta, and has also performed in Japan and Belgium. Recently, she has been active as a chamber musician with the Faculty Woodwind Quintet at Boise State, and the Ironwood Clarinet Trio, formed with two colleagues who also studied at Arizona State University. In addition to teaching and performing, she has served as an adjudicator for the Idaho Music Educators Association, Arizona Music Educators Association, and the Phoenix Symphony Guild, and is an active clinician at colleges and high schools in the Northwest.
Julian Bliss: An Interview, The Clarinet (2005)
Jorge Montilla’s Ironwood Trio (with Jana Starling and Anne Watson), ClarinetFest 2012, University of Nebraska, Lincoln (2012)
Ironwood Clarinet Trio (with Jana Starling and Anne Watson), Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, CO (2012)
Works by Alfred Prinz, Paquito D’Rivera, Michael Kibbe, David Snow, and Peter Schickele.
Faculty Artist Series Recital (with Jeanne M. Belfy, Janelle Oberbillig, Nicole Molumby, and David Saunders) (2011)
Included Boise premier of Malcolm Arnold’s recently discovered “Wind Quintet of 1943".
Solo Performance, Dana Wilson’s Liquid Ebony for Clarinet and Band, BSU Symphonic Winds, College Band Directors National Association Conference, University of Washington, Seattle WA (2011)
Guest Artist Recital - University of Idaho - Moscow, ID (with Nicole Molumby) (2011)
The Lionel Hampton School of Music at the University of Idaho presents a recital featuring...
Tips for Woodwinds: Improving Tone, Tonguing, Technique (with Nicole Molumby and Marcus Wolfe), IMEA Educator’s In-Service Clinic, Boise State University (2010)