Since receiving the Anthony Quinn scholarship in 2014, Moscelyne has graduated from Walnut Hill School for the Arts with excellence and scholarship awards in History and French studies. She is now pursuing her BFA in Dance at the Juilliard School where she has had the pleasure of performing works by Helen Simoneau, José Limón, Katatzyna Skarpetowska, and Nacho Duato. In addition to main stage performances she partakes in outreach programs. She is a Gluck Community Fellow, a volunteer for Dance for Parkinson’s Disease, and a past member of the PEPS Ensemble. During her summers Moscelyne has studied in a variety of environments and has had the opportunity to perform works by Jiří Kylián, Martha Graham, Sidra Bell, George Balanchine, Frank Chavez, Igal Perry, Ihsan Rustem, and Elijah Labay. Moscelyne has also choreographed two main stage pieces for Walnut Hill's New Works program. A piece of her choreography was recently performed at Juilliard's Choreographic Honors. This summer Moscelyne is excited to attend the Stephen Petronio workshop, Jacobs Pillow Contemporary intensive, and Arts Umbrella.