Title: Lawyer, Musician
Location: Pasadena, California, United States
Sally Ekenberg Mosher, Lawyer, Musician, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Music and Painting.
Ms. Mosher has found success in both her legal career and her artistic pursuits, and has been a harpsichordist, lecturer, and composer of music since 1994. She was originally trained in the piano, and taught the instrument for 17 years. Ms. Mosher has both created and played music as a recitalist, and her original compositions have been played in such illustrious halls as the U.S. Library of Congress. Today, she maintains her investment and real estate firm, Oakhill Enterprises in Pasadena, while continuing to produce beautiful paintings and harpsichord pieces. Ms. Mosher has appeared in Who’s Who in Finance and Industry, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Law, Who’s Who in the West, Who’s Who in the World, and Who’s Who of American Women.
Trained in piano since youth, Ms. Mosher attended Manhattanville College to earn a MusB in 1956, followed by postgraduate studies in music at Hofstra University and the University. She played as a musician and teacher before moving to California and becoming a music critic for the Pasadena Star-News in 1967. Ms. Mosher went on as manager of contrasts concerts for the Pasadena Art Museum, and conducted coursework with the University of Southern California, earning a JD there in 1981. She entered the life insurance industry for some years before becoming a real estate broker in 1984 and launching Oakhill.
Ms. Mosher has continued to make art throughout her life, and has created more than 200 paintings in the last 20 years. She works in acrylic, with radiant, bold colors in the abstractionist style. Her musical work is available in a number of collaborations and solo collections, including her 2015 collaboration with Patrick Lindley and Scott Fraser, “Soundings”, as well as “Sally Mosher Plays English Renaissance Harpsichord Music.” Ms. Moster is also a history enthusiast and avid civic contributor, currently on the board of directors of the Los Angeles Philanthropic Committee for the Arts as well as the board of directors of the Southern California Baroque Association. To sample some of her work, please visit www.sallymosher.com.
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