Kim Murray is a 24 year old clarinetist who graduated from the Conservatoire de musique de Gatineau with magna cum laude prizes in chamber music and solo interpretation. She studied with many master clarinettists such as André Moisan, Alain Desgagné, Marie Picard, Jean-François Normand, Charles Niedich and Karl Leister. Kim won many prizes at the Conservatoire de musique de Gatineau concerto competitions; she was a 3 time winner of the Concours de la bourse Couleur FM, and won numerous scholarships, including the Wilfrid Pelletier scholarship. In 2004, she performed at Place des Arts in Montreal as principal clarinettist of the Orchestre Réseau (composed of the best musicians of Quebec music conservatories), on which occasion she was also the only clarinetist chosen to play with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. Kim is pursuing a Master's degree in Music Interpretation at McGill University.