Isidore String Quartet’s appearance is supported, in part, by the Career Development Program of the Banff International String Quartet Competition. For more information, please visit bisqc.ca.
Devin Moore, native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a graduate of the Juilliard School under the tutelage of Misha Amory and Samuel Rhodes. Devin has attended the Ravinia Steans Music Institute, Kneisel Hall, Sarasota Music Festival, Aspen Music Festival and School, and the National Youth Orchestra of the USA. Devin has also been invited to perform with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra as a co-principal violist as well as the New York Philharmonic, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Apex Ensemble, Tertulia, Knights, and Jupiter Chamber Players; he has also given solo performances with the Pittsburgh Symphony and Chamber Orchestra of Pittsburgh. Devin is a founding member of the Isidore String Quartet and has coached with Joseph Lin, Laurie Smukler, Joel Krosnick, and Roger Tapping. The ISQ has given performances in concert halls nationwide and was enrolled in the Honors Chamber Music Program at the Juilliard School. In the summer of 2022, the ISQ attended Ravinia as one of the student ensembles in residence. In September, the quartet was awarded first prize at the 14th Annual Banff International String Quartet Competition. Devin is also a chamber music coach for the New York Youth Symphony Chamber Music Program. Devin is Co-Founder and Creative Director for the Greenroom Ensemble, an organization dedicated to performing and raising awareness for works by composers of underrepresented communities. At the Juilliard School, Devin held the position of principal violist of the Juilliard Orchestra, Juilliard Orientation Orchestra, Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, Juilliard Lab Orchestra, Juilliard Commencement Orchestra, AXIOM, and is a member of the String Principal Pool. Outside of his musical endeavours, Devin was a Graduate Classical Music Representative on the Student Congress and, at the 2021 Juilliard Commencement Ceremony, was awarded the esteemed Joseph W. Polisi Prize for his work at the institution. Devin was also a recipient of the Kovner Fellowship.