Christopher Moseley is the Education Specialist for Performing Arts at Henrico County Public Schools in Henrico County, VA. He is a graduate of Huguenot High School in Richmond, VA and earned his Bachelor of Arts in Music Education degree from Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida. He holds a Masters of Music from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Post-Masters Certificate in Educational Leadership and Administration from The George Washington University.
In 2015 he was appointed as a Conductor for the Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra Program and currently conducts the Wind Ensemble. Additionally, he serves as conductor for the Richmond Police Athletic League Band, and music director for the Richmond Nativity Pageant. Mr. Moseley has served as a guest conductor, clinician, and adjudicator for various school divisions, and the Virginia Band and Orchestra Directors Association and the Florida Bandmasters Association.
Mr. Moseley’s professional affiliations include the National Association for Music Education, Society for Research in Music Education, Virginia Music Educators Association, Virginia Band and Orchestra Director’s Association, the International Trumpet Guild, and the American String Teachers Association. He is also a member of the Alpha Chi Chapter of Phi Beta Mu International Bandmasters Fraternity. In 2019, Mr. Moseley was selected as “Teacher of the Year” for Varina High School and “Music Educator of the Year” for Henrico County Public Schools.
Mr. Moseley has performed on the 20th Century Fox Movie “Drumline,” the Ellen DeGeneres Show, ESPN, EA Sports Video Games, MTV, BET, The Word Network, and Walt Disney World. As trumpeter in the QuintEssential Jazz Ensemble/Trademark Band, he maintains an active performing schedule. Mr. Moseley enjoys traveling and spending time with his wife Erika and their children Jordyn and Josiah.