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Emanuel Ax
Born: Lvov, Poland
Degrees and Studies:  Diploma, The Juilliard School, student of Mieczylaw Munz; graduate, Columbia U.
Biographical Information: Continuing performances in recital and with the major symphony orchestras throughout the world. Appears regularly at BBC Proms, Blossom, Edinburgh, Hollywood Bowl, Mostly Mozart, Ravinia, Tanglewood, and other festivals. Frequent chamber music performances with Isaac Stern, Yo-Yo Ma, and Young Uck Kim. Many performances of 20th-century music; premiered Joseph Schwantner's Piano Concerto with the St. Louis Symphony under Leonard Slatkin (1988). More than 20 albums for RCA records; exclusive Sony Classical recording artist since 1987. Grammy Awards, 1985 and 1986, for recordings of Brahms and Beethoven with Yo-Yo Ma. Winner: First Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Competition, 1974; Michaels Award of Young Concert Artists, 1975; Avery Fisher Prize, 1979.
The Juilliard School: Faculty since 1990.  
Martin Canin 
Born: N.Y.C.
Degrees and Studies:  Early piano studies with Aurelio Giorni, Robert Scholz, Olga Samaroff. Musical analysis with Stefan Wolpe. B.S., M.S., The Juilliard School, under Rosina Lhévinne.
Biographical Information: Numerous appearances in chamber music concerts and as recitalist in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Master classes and lectures throughout the U.S., Korea, Japan, Germany, and Australia. Judge of numerous international piano competitions. Former contributing editor The Piano Quarterly. Editor, piano works, Editions Salabert. Faculty, Teachers College, Columbia U. 1959-76; SUNY-Stony Brook, 1965-93; Bowdoin College Summer Music School since 1971.
The Juilliard School: Faculty since 1959; assistant to Rosina Lhévinne, 1959-76; Pre-College since 2002.  
Yoheved Kaplinsky 
Born: Tel Aviv, Israel
Degrees and Studies:  Early studies with Ilona Vincze at the Tel Aviv Music Academy. B.M., M.M., D.M.A., The Juilliard School; studies with Irwin Freundlich. Further studies with Dorothy Taubman.
Biographical Information: Prizewinner, J.S. Bach International Competition, Washington, D.C. Numerous appearances in recitals, chamber music, and with orchestras, as well as on radio and television in Israel and the U.S. Frequent lectures and master classes throughout the U.S., Israel, and Korea. Festivals: Bowdoin Summer Festival since 1995; Aspen Music Festival since 2004; other festivals include Pianofest in Long Island, N.Y., the Cliburn-T.C.U. Institute, Tel Hai Master Classes in Israel. Adjudicator in international competitions, including the Van Cliburn, Cleveland, Arthur Rubinstein, Dublin, and Tchaikovsky. Recipient, Presidential Scholars Teacher Recognition Award, 2003. Former faculty, Philadelphia U. of the Arts, Manhattan School of Music, Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, 1989-97.
The Juilliard School: Faculty since 1993; chair, piano department, since 1997; Susan W. Rose Chair since 2000; Pre-College faculty since 1993; artistic director since 2007.   
Jerome Lowenthal  
Born: Philadelphia, PA 
Degrees and Studies:  Studies with Olga Samaroff, William Kapell; Edward Steuermann at The Juilliard School; Alfred Cortot at the École Normale de Musique on a Fulbright Grant. 
Biographical Information: Prizes in international competitions of Brussels, Bolzano, and Darmstadt. Appearances: major orchestras in the U.S., including Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, National, Baltimore, Cleveland, St. Louis, and Minnesota. Premiered solo music by Rochberg, Capanna, Reise, and Rorem's Piano Concerto No. 3. Duo recitals with Denis Brott, Itzhak Perlman, Ronit Amir, Ursula Oppens. Regular participant in chamber music festivals in Sitka, Alaska; Montreal; and Santa Barbara's Music Academy of the West. Performed New York premiere of Liszt's recently discovered Piano Concerto No. 3 with New York Philharmonic. Extensive recordings of solo concerto and chamber music repertoire. 
The Juilliard School: Faculty since 1991.   
Julian Martin   
Degrees and Studies:
Principal studies, Peabody Conservatory with Leon Fleisher. Additional studies with Guido Agosti (Italy) and Robert Casadesus and Nadia Boulanger (France). 
Biographical Information: Winner of the 1975 Montevideo International Piano Competition; major prizes from Ravel-Casadesus (now Cleveland International), Gina Bachauer, and Kapell competitions as well as the Collaborative Prize at the 1982 Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. Tours of North and South America, Europe, and Asia. Recordings with violinist Berl Senofsky and flutist Robert Willoughby. Introduced new works of composers Richard Rodney Bennett, Stephen Albert, Mario Davidovsky, and Edward Barnes. Jury member, Montreal, Iowa, and Jaén international piano competitions, and for Stars of the 21st Century in St. Petersburg. Member of original selection committee for the Gilmore Foundation (Kalamazoo). Founder and artistic director of International Piano Festival of Gijón (Asturias, Spain). Regular guest faculty at the Glenn Gould Professional School (Toronto), the Banff Centre, Bowdoin Summer Music Festival. Master classes in Argentina, Colombia, England, Germany, Israel, Japan, Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Venezuela. Former faculty, Oberlin Conservatory, 1982-87, and Peabody Institute, 1987-2002. 
The Juilliard School: The Juilliard School faculty since 1999; Pre-College since 2003
Robert McDonald   
Born: Council Bluffs, IA 
Degrees and Studies:  B.M., Lawrence U.; diploma, Curtis Institute; M.M., The Juilliard School; D.M.A., Manhattan School of Music. Studies with Seymour Lipkin, Rudolf Serkin, Mieczyslaw Horszowski, Theodore Rehl, Beveridge Webster, and Gary Graffman. 
Biographical Information: Awards: Gold medal at Busoni International Competition (1983); top prizes at the William Kapell International Competition and Washington International Competition; National Federation of Music Clubs Artist Award; Deutscher Schallplatten Critic's Prize. Performed extensively as a soloist and as recital partner with Isaac Stern and other celebrated instrumentalists. Appearances with San Francisco, Baltimore, Curtis Symphony Orchestras. Festivals: Aldeburgh, Marlboro, Brevard, Caramoor, Luzerne, Salzburg, Montreux, Besançon, Schleswig-Holstein. Performances with the Juilliard, American, Takács, Brentano, Borromeo, Shanghai, St. Lawrence, and Vermeer String Quartets. Recordings: Sony Classical, Musical Heritage Society, Bridge, Vox, ASV, and CRI. Piano faculty: Curtis Institute of Music, since 2007. Artistic director, Taos School of Music and Chamber Music Festival, 1982-present. 
The Juilliard School: Faculty since 1999. Pre-College since 2003.
Matti Raekallio    
Born: Helsinki, Finland
Degrees and Studies: 
Piano studies in England with Maria Diamond Curcio; Vienna Academy of Music (Austria), with Dieter Weber; and Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) Conservatory (Russia). Doctoral degree, Sibelius Academy, Helsinki.
Biographical Information:
American debut at Carnegie's Weill Hall, 1981. Regular juror in major international piano competitions. Has performed complete cycles of Beethoven, Scriabin, and Prokofiev sonatas. Has recorded 20 CDs. Faculty, Hochschule für Musik, Hannover, Germany, and the Sibelius Academy.
Sergei Babayan


A winner of the Cleveland, Hamamatsu, and Scottish international competitions, Sergei Babayan is a graduate of the Moscow Conservatory and has studied with Georgy Sarajev, Vera Gornostayeva, Lev Naumov, and Mikhail Pletnev. His deep interest and love for the music of Bach led him to study with Helmuth Rilling; he has also studied conducting. Babayan’s concerto repertoire includes 54 concertos, and he has made recordings for EMC, Connoisseur Society, Pro Piano, and Mariinsky labels. As a soloist, he has performed with many of the world’s major orchestras, conductors, and festivals, and his performance with Valery Gergiev of Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 5 was recorded for Medici TV. Babayan’s chamber music partners have included Martha Argerich, Daniil Trifonov, Ivry Gitlis, and the Borodin Quartet. While teaching at Juilliard, Babayan will continue to be an artist in residence at the Cleveland Institute of Music.
The Juilliard School
Faculty since 2014.
Hung-Kuan Chen


Raised in Germany, Chen's early studies fostered strong roots in Germanic Classicism tempered with the sensibility of Chinese philosophy. The winner of the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition and Young Concert Artists International Auditions and the recipient of an Avery Fisher Grant, Chen has collaborated with conductors such as Christoph Eschenbach and Hans Graf, and his colleagues including the Tokyo and Shanghai string quartets, cellist Yo-Yo Ma, violinists Cho-Liang Lin and Roman Totenberg, clarinetist David Shifrin, and pianist Tema Blackstone. An adjudicator in international competitions, including the Van Cliburn, Busoni, Honens, and International China Competition, Chen is a former faculty member of Boston University, the New England Conservatory, and the Shanghai Conservatory, and has been a visiting professor at Yale since 2010.
Degrees and Studies
Artist Diploma, New England Conservatory; studies with Russell Sherman; early studies with Hans Leygraf at the Hannover Hochschule and with Béla Böszörményi-Nagy.
The Juilliard School
College and Pre-College faculties since 2014.
Stephen Hough


The first classical performer to be awarded a MacArthur Fellowship, in 2001, Mr. Hough, who is also a composer, was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2014. He has performed extensively in recital and with most of the world’s major orchestras, and his catalogue of more than 60 CDs has garnered four Grammy nominations, eight Gramophone Awards, and France’s Diapason d’Or de l’Année. His compositions have been commissioned by Westminster Abbey, Wigmore Hall, and members of the Berlin Philharmonic, among others. He also writes extensively. Hough has been a visiting professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London and holds the international chair of piano studies at his undergraduate alma mater, the Royal Northern College in Manchester, England. Hough won the Naumburg International Piano Competition in 1983, the year he graduated from Juilliard, and made his New York debut the following year.
Degrees and Studies
M.M., The Juilliard School; studies with Adele Marcus and Martin Canin.
The Juilliard School
Faculty since 2014.
Joseph Kalichstein

Piano, Chamber Music


Born in Tel Aviv, Israel
Winner, Leventritt International Piano Competition, 1969. Has appeared with many of the world's major orchestras, including Berlin, London, Boston, and Chicago Symphony Orchestras; Cleveland Orchestra; New York Philharmonic, and London Symphony. Solo recitals and chamber appearances in annual tours of Europe, North America, the Far East, and Australia. Regular appearances at La Jolla, Aspen, Ravinia, Santa Fe, Tanglewood, and Verbier summer festivals. Recordings for Audiofon, Erato, Koch International, Nimbus, RCA, and Vanguard. Founding member (1977) of the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio, which was named 2002 Musical America Ensemble of the Year. Chamber music consultant, Kennedy Center, since 1997. Artistic director, Fortas Chamber Music Concerts at the Kennedy Center.
Degrees and Studies
Studies in Israel with Joshua Shor. B.S., 1967; M.S., 1969, The Juilliard School; studies with Edward Steuermann and Ilona Kabos. Summer studies with Vladimir Ashkenazy, 1969.
The Juilliard School
Piano Faculty since 1983; Edwin S. and Nancy A. Marks Chair in Chamber Music Studies since 2003.

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