Piano Studies and Collaborative Piano
Like the entire Music Program at Emory, the Piano Studies program offers the highest quality musical training similar to a Conservatory or School of Music, but within a liberal arts setting. Open to pianists from across the campus, students have numerous opportunities in both solo and collaborative performance. Private study is available with one of our excellent piano faculty and a Collaborative Piano class is offered each semester. Students perform solo works on recitals every year, in chamber music ensembles with strings and winds, 2-piano and 4-hand collaborative piano works, duo repertoire with instrumentalists and singers, and have the choice to play a solo recital in the junior or senior years. The annual Concerto Competition provides an opportunity to perform with the University Symphony Orchestra. All levels of interest and experience are welcome to participate in Music at Emory.
Emory Young Artist Piano Competition
Click here for information about the 2018 competition. Details about the 2019 competition will be published in the fall.
- William Ransom, Director, Piano Studies
- Patricia Dinkins-Matthews, Lecturer
- Todd Qualls
- Keiko Ransom
- Elena Cholakova
New and Prospective Students
Students interested in piano study should contact:Dr. William Ransom
Director of Piano Studies
MUS 300 - Collaborative Piano
This class is open by audition to all pianists, majors and non-majors, interested in performing chamber music literature, 4-hand, or 2-piano repertoire. Contact Dr. Cholakova for audition information