Earline Moulder

University Organist, Piano and Organ
Sepcial Instructor of Music
emoulder@drury.edu
(417) 873-7376
Office: Clara Thompson Hall 150

Earline Moulder teaches organ and is university organist at Drury University where she received degrees in music, biology and French. She holds a master's degree in music from Indiana University and a doctorate from the University of Kansas. She studied piano with Sulima Stravinsky and in Paris, organ with André Marchal. As a concert organist, she has performed in the Middle East, Europe, Australia, and the United States in such places as Washington, D.C. and the United States Air Force Academy. As a journalist in the U.S. Navy Reserve, she was guest organist on Treasure Island, California. Upcoming recitals in America are scheduled for Boston, Chicago, and New York City. Memorable performances include those in the Netherlands: Westerkerk in Amsterdam where Rembrandt is entombed, the Hague, Arnhem ("A Bridge too Far") and in Oosterbeek, at the Goede Herderkerk, opposite the hotel taken as headquarters by the Germans in World War II. In Germany, she has performed at the State Church in Darmstadt and in Hamburg, in Christianskirche where her ancestral aunt, author Meta Moller is buried next to her husband, poet Friedrich Klopstock. Dr. Moulder and her husband, David Plank, a civil engineer, live part-time in Paris in an apartment at equal distances between St-Germain-des-Prés Church (where she "debuted" while studying with Marchal) and the Church of St-Sulpice. In May 2002 Moulder played a recital at St-Augustin in Paris and is scheduled to play at the Madeleine Church in 2003. In June 2002, in London, she gave three recitals during the week of the Queen's Golden Jubilee.

B.A. Drury University
M.M. Indiana University
D.M.A. University of Kansas