Caroline Moledor is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter from Roanoke, VA.
She began classical piano training at age 5, studying in the private studios of Sandra Paul (Mt. Airy, NC) and Joyce Woods (Roanoke, VA). She studied voice with Seth Davis (Roanoke, VA), guitar with Michael Havens (Roanoke, VA), and drums independently. A piano teacher herself, Caroline received a certificate from the Royal Conservatory of Music for the completion of their Teaching Elementary Piano course. Regularly performing on the piano for retirement homes in the Roanoke area, she has played at Brandon Oaks, Richfield Living, and Woodland Hills. Caroline has played drums in several music theatre productions with Virginia Children’s Theatre, and she has played various instruments in groups such as the Henry Downing Band and the Our Lady of Nazareth Catholic Church Praise Band. Her singles "Coat," "Ice Cream," and "Why Do You Love Me" are available on all major music streaming platforms. She attends Berklee College of Music as a piano principal.
WINNER OF THE CLEAN STREETS JINGLE CONTEST
Jingle by Caroline Moledor
WRITE STUFF! AT MILL MOUNTAIN THEATRE
"An Equity Theatre's program to encourage young playwrights culminates in staged productions of the winning scripts."
HOMETOWN ENTERTAINMENT: “High School Musical: One Act Edition” hits Mill Mountain Theatre
"Caroline Moledor is tackling the role of the very over-the-top Sharpay Evans."