Fluidity, a Creative Choral Community for a Cause, will hold event-concerts to raise funds to benefit partner non-profit organizations. We think of ourselves as creative doers supporting the needs in our community. Joining an event with a themed concert is a unique and meaningful way to pay it forward, while making a real difference.
Fluidity believes in equality; we seek to be fluid in song, genres, voicing, gender, age, sexual orientation, race, ethnicities, and all diversities.
Meet the Team
The people who make Fluidity happen.
Matthew Moquin-Lee (he/him)
Matthew is currently in the final year of his doctorate at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) in choral conducting. Additionally, he serves as the Worship Arts Director at First Lutheran Church Cincinnati in Over-the-Rhine.
Matthew holds a master of choral conducting from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ, and a bachelor of music in choral music education from the University of North Texas. Matthew is married to Tyler Moquin-Lee, Pastor of Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Cincinnati, OH, and they have a dog named Luther.
"I am very excited to be a part of Fluidity and its mission. Giving back to the community means a lot to me, and I'm eager to do it through music."
Joshua, Fluidity’s incredible collaborative pianist, is the Director of Music at Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church. His background in piano and accompanying is something that began long ago in church when he was early in his music studies.
Since his early days of formal music studies, Joshua has been privileged to serve many churches as music director and organist. In addition to church music, you may find him leading the orchestra pit of a musical or collaborating with other soloists and ensembles in this diversely talented city.
Joshua’s position in Fluidity combines many of his passions for music, helping people, and performing, into a wonderful organization that Joshua is excited to become part of.
Elizabeth, a Texas native, is excited to call Cincinnati her home. She joins us from Los Angeles, where she spent the past year teaching. Elizabeth is currently in the first year of her second master's degree at CCM in Arts Administration. Prior to that, Elizabeth lived in Princeton, NJ, where she earned her master's in choral conducting from Westminster Choir College.
As an avid choral singer who has sung nationally and internationally, she is passionate about creating and cultivating inclusivity within choral ensembles for all to feel welcome. You can find her spending time with friends, horseback riding, and exploring the local area in her spare time.