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Janice Weber

Piano; Chamber Music Faculty

Janice Weber earned a B.M. in piano, summa cum laude, from Eastman School of Music and has completed piano studies with Cécile Genhart, Nadia Reisenberg and Eugene List. She also held a fellowship at Tanglewood Music Center from 1976–1977.

Weber has given more than 500 recitals throughout North America, Europe and China and in venues such as Carnegie and Merkin halls, Wigmore Hall, St. John's Smith Square, the White House, the National Gallery of Art, Weill Hall, Cleveland Institute of Art and the Newport Music Festival. She has appeared in concerto performances with the Boston Pops, the Sarajevo Philharmonic, Sarasota Pops and the Syracuse, New Hampshire, Chautauqua and Civic symphony orchestras. Additionally, Weber has toured with Alea III and the Contemporary Chamber Ensemble USIS tours of Yugoslavia, Turkey and Baltic the States. Her recording can be heard on Naxos, IMP Masters, New World Records, VAI, Ongaku and Leonarda record labels.

Weber has been involved in master classes at the Eastman School of Music, Oberlin College, the Chautauqua Institution, Tanglewood Music Center, Boston University, Capital University and the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. She is a contributor to publications, such as Clavier and The Musical Times, as well as an adjudicator for the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), the Gilmore Foundation, the American Piano Association and the Hilton Head International Competition. Weber is also a lecturer at the International Piano Pedagogy Conference and an honorary member of Pi Kappa Lambda. She is also the author of six novels.

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