Whitney Moulton
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Whitney Moulton

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On ALFA Music (Rome) with collaboration by RAI Trade:"Shades of Carol", compilation of 4 recording sessions in NY and Italy. 2005.

"Palace", Naomi Camilleri, 2005. Carol on tenor sax.

Carol Sudhalter Discography on Carolina Records:
"Last Train to Astoria", Carol Sudhalter's Astoria Jazz Band, 2002. Carol on baritone sax and flute.

Remote Control Soul - Bass Odyssey Quadraphoniz 1999
Sonovagun - Dan Donnelly 2004
Beasts at Play - Indie 2006
Clockwork Mercury - Indie 2007
Healin Howl - Eric Mingus - Invitation records 2007

With Count Basie Orchestra
"At Long Last" Basie with Rosemary Clooney
"Basie is Back" live in Japan
"Bon Basie de Paris" with Michel Leeb
"Count Plays Duke" Grammy winner
"Swing Shift"
"Ray Sings, Basie Swings"

With Frank Foster and George Gee
"Settin the Pace"



Whitney Moulton, bassist/educator/composer, is a versatile musician. Within four years of moving to New York City, Whitney played and toured in a variety of settings, including with jazz artists Sarah McLawler, Carol Sudhalter, Dick Griffin, Linda Presgrave, Emme Kemp, many Count Basie Orchestra alumni, and with orchestras such as The Bronx Symphony, Park Avenue Chamber Symphony, Regina Opera, and numerous solo and chamber music performances. In addition to these artists, Moulton also performed in major venues in New York such as Historic Minton's Playhouse, Birdland, Saint Peter’s Church Jazz Vespers, Lester Young Memorial Celebration, Jazz Mobile, Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall and Avery Fisher Hall.

Currently, Moulton is the Bass Instructor at Willamette University. She is also a guest instructor in high schools in Eugene and Salem, OR, teaches private music lessons, and maintains an active performance schedule throughout the Willamette Valley. Keep your eyes open for her April 2010 release of her latest CD, New York Time.