Molly Hines

2019 Round Top Music Festival

Molly Hines
Wilmington, NC
University of North Texas
Molly has performed as a first and second violinist with the Abilene Philharmonic, Waco Symphony, Temple Symphony, Greensboro Symphony, Fayetteville Symphony, Wilmington Symphony, North State Chamber Orchestra, as well as the UNT Symphony Orchestra, Baylor Symphony Orchestra and the UNCG Symphony Orchestra. Molly is the recipient of the College of Music Award and Teaching Fellowship at UNT, School of Music Dean’s Scholarship and full Graduate Assistantship at Baylor University, Elizabeth Cowling Music Scholarship, Thursday Morning Music Club Scholarship and was chosen as the winner of the Richard Deas Concerto Competition. She performed in the Ursino String Quartet and won the Semper Pro Musica Competition at Baylor with the quartet. As a result, the quartet performed at Weill Hall in Carnegie Hall in 2017. Molly also received the Betti Foundation Fellowship Award through the Methow Valley Chamber Festival and performed as a member of the festival’s fellowship quartet in July of 2017. Molly is currently working on her DMA in Violin Performance at UNT studying with Julia Bushkova. She studied with Dr. Bruce Berg and Dr. Fabián López at Baylor University and UNCG, respectively.