Hailed by the Boston Phoenix as "phenomenal," clarinetist Rane Moore performs regularly at home and abroad. An enthusiastic interpreter ocontemporary repertoire, she has given numerous premieres of new works and appeared with groups such as Boston Musica Viva, Raduis Ensemble, Ludovico Ensemble, Hyperion Ensemble, and is a member of the Callithumpian Consort and the Talea Ensemble. Ms. Moore has been featured as a guest artist at the Royal College of Music and Drama in Wales and has worked closely with Pierre Boulez at the Lucerne Festival in Switzerland. Other festival appearances include Nevada Encounters of New Music (NEON), Festival Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo in Leon, Mexico, La Ciudad de las Ideas in Puebla, Mexico, and Festival Internacional de Música Clásica Contemporánea de Lima, and Spectrum XXI in London. As an orchestral musician she has performed with the Lexington Symphony, Owensboro Symphony in Kentucky, the Columbus, Indiana Philharmonic, and the New England Philharmonic. She has recorded for Gravina Musica and Mode records. Ms. Moore holds degrees from Indiana University, the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, and the University of California at Berkeley. Ms. Moore is also an active and dedicated teacher of clarinet and saxophone and serves as a chamber music coach at Harvard University's Mather House.