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Young Artist Series: Jennifer Campbell

18-Feb-2015

Young Artist Series: Jennifer Campbell

Wednesday, February 18, 2015, 7:30 p.m.

Jennifer Campbell, was a Prize Winner in the Sixth New York International Piano Competition in June 2012, a biennial event presented under the auspices of The Stecher and Horowitz Foundation. In addition to her cash award, she appears in concert on the Foundation's Young Artists Series, a program of concerts throughout New York, Connecticut, and Washington D.C.

Ms. Campbell won First Prize in several national and international competitions, including the 1000 Islands International Chopin Piano Competition, Baltimore Music Club Piano Competition, and the Rosalyn Tureck International Bach Competition where she was awarded First Prize in the Well-Tempered Clavier category as well as Overall Prize for the Best Performance of a Contemporary Work. In addition, she was the First Place winner of the Music Teachers National Association Senior Piano Performance in Delaware for three consecutive years.

She performed at Lincoln Center, the Academy of Music in Philadelphia, the Clayton Opera House, the Grand Opera House in Delaware, and the Musikhauset Aarhus in Denmark. As concerto soloist, Ms. Campbell performed with the Lansdowne Symphony, the Delaware County Symphony, and the Wilmington Community Orchestra. She appeared on U.S. and Danish Television and radio, and was featured in the PBS documentary about the 5th Julia Crane International Piano Competition.

Ms. Campbell was awarded the Peabody Alumni Award for the highest cumulative GPA in the class of 2014 at Peabody Conservatory. Previously a piano and composition student of David Auldon Brown at the Darlington Arts Center and Music School of Delaware, she is pursuing a Master’s degree at the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University, where she studies piano with Brian Ganz and composition with Judah Adashi on merit scholarship. Ms. Campbell has had additional private study with Seymour Lipkin, Norman Shetler, and Matti Raekallio and has participated in the masterclasses of Leon Fleisher, Richard Goode, Jane Coop, Leon Bates, and Anthony DiBonaventura.


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