Instructor of Music
- B.Mus. 2002, Grand Valley State University
- M.Mus. 2005, Texas Tech University
- D.M.A. 2009, Texas Tech University
Joined ISU Faculty in 2009.
Dr. Molly York is currently the Flute Instructor at Idaho State University and Principal Flute in the Idaho State Civic Symphony. She holds a Doctorate of Music Arts degree and a Master of Music Degree from Texas Tech University and a Bachelor of Music degree from Grand Valley State University.
As a specialist in hand position techniques, Dr. York published an article, “The Petite Player: Hand position adjustments for the small player” in the September 2004 issue of “Flute Talk” and has been a clinician, teaching her techniques at Texas Tech University’s annual “Flute Festival”.
Dr. York has worked as a personal flute instructor in which she sustains a growing studio that serves Eastern Idaho. She was also invited by several area schools to conduct clinics for their flute students.
Early in her career, Dr. York set up a scholarship program for the Jenison Public School District in Jenison, Michigan. Funds for this program are raised annually at a benefit concert in which proceeds go to an advanced musician who is pursuing music as a career.
Dr. York is a member of the National Flute Association.
Her teachers include Dr. Lisa Garner Santa, Judith Kemph, Julie Sooy and Lynn Zick, and masterclass performances with Carol Wincenc and Rhonda Larson.