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Thomas Schultz

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Thomas Schultz

Senior Lecturer
Senior Lecturer (Piano)
D.M.A., University of Colorado at Boulder
M.F.A., California Institute of the Arts
B.M., University of Texas at Austin

About

Studied with John Perry (at Oberlin and the University of Texas), Leonard Stein, and PHilip Lillestol.

Solo recitals in Berlin, Vienna, Kyoto, Seoul, New York (a series of six recitals at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, recitals at Bargemusic and the Goethe Institute), San Francisco, Berkeley, Korea’s Tongyoung Festival, the Festival of New American Music in Sacramento, and the Taegu International Contemporary Music Festival and the April in Santa Cruz Festival.

Appearances as soloist at Alice Tully Hall (NYC), the Other Minds Festival (San Francisco), and the Colorado Music Festival.

Chamber music performances with Robert Craft’s 20th Century Classics Ensemble (NYC), the Da Camera Society of Houston, the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, and the St. Lawrence String Quartet.

Recordings on Mode, New World Records, MusicMasters, Newport Classics, Seoul Records. Recording of solo works for Belgian Radio (Brussels).

Masterclasses at the Schoenberg Center in Vienna (2005, 2010, 2014) and the Piano Society of Korea (2014) among others.

Has worked closely with eminent composers including John Cage, Morton Feldman, Elliott Carter, Frederic Rzewski, Christian Wolff, Hyo-shin Na, Earle Brown, and Jonathan Harvey, and has given recitals and lectures devoted to the music of Cage and Rzewski.