Tom Moore holds degrees in music from Harvard and Stanford and studied
traverso with Sandra Miller. He is presently a free-lance journalist,
musician, and translator living in Rio de Janeiro. He was director of
the Collegium Musicum at Duke University from 2007 to 2009, and a member of the graduate faculty in music. From 2004 to 2007, he was visiting professor of music at the University of Rio de Janeiro (UniRio), where he co-directed the early music ensemble, Camerata Quantz.
He has recorded with Kim Reighley and Mélomanie for Lyrichord (USA) and with Le Triomphe de l'Amour for Lyrichord and A Casa Discos (Brazil), and will be recording two discs of flute duos for A Casa Discos, to be released in 2011. He participated as flutist and
interviewer for the CD released in Oct. 2006 marking ten years of music for flute by Sergio Roberto de Oliveira. Mr. Moore writes about music for BrazilMax.com, Musicabrasileira.org, 21st Century Music, Opera Today, Flute Talk, Flutist Quarterly, and other venues, and is editor of CD reviews for Early Music America magazine.