Molly Walker holds a Masterís Degree from Boston University and Bachelorís Degree from Northwestern University. She graduated Magna Cum Laude and was honored a membership into the Pi Kappa Lambda honorary music fraternity. In addition she received scholarship from the Royal College of Music in London, England, and studied with Barnaby Robson, principal clarinetist of the London Philharmonia. She also studied with Leslie Grimm, Russel Dagon, Steve Cohen, as well as Lawrie Bloom and Craig Nordstrom of Chicago Symphony and the Boston Symphony orchestras.
Ms. Walker has been performing with orchestras and chamber groups throughout the United States for over a decade. She has performed in numerous venues in US and abroad, including Bostonís Symphony Hall, the Old Town Hall on NYC Broadway, and elsewhere, with chamber groups such as the Montage Chamber Music Society. She was a founding member of the Aurora Chamber Winds Quintet which was awarded a Boston University Grant to tour in Shanghai, China to celebrate the Shanghai Conservatory's 80th Anniversary in 2007.
Ms. Walker has been recently appearing as a guest lecturer at the Boston University. She enjoys teaching and conducting academic research, in balance with her professional career as an active chamber musician.
Molly Walker will participate in Edward Manukyan's "" project, in an upcoming concert in Boston, honoring the famous linguist and philosopher Noam Chomsky.