Cynthia Hrabak – Piano
Sara Callanan – Voice & Piano
Patrick Domico – Piano
Liza Armistead – Piano
Liza Armistead has her Bachelor of Music from Indiana University with a major in piano performance and a minor in music theory and history. She was the recipient of several scholarships from the Jacobs School of Music, most notably the Friends of Music Scholarship. She gave her solo debut in 2012 in Carnegie Hall, and has performed in New York, Vienna, Salzburg, Oxford, Cornwall, and several states in the U.S. She now resides in Bloomington to teach and to begin pursuing her Master of Music degree.
Nikolaos Pine – Piano
Jane Raty – Piano
Jane Raty, 22, is a Master’s student in the piano program at Indiana University. She has studied piano for sixteen years and is currently a student of Evelyne Brancart. Originally from Salt Lake City, Jane received her Bachelor’s degree in piano performance at Brigham Young University under the tutelage of Dr. Irene Peery-Fox, where she held the prestigious E. Mona Smith Scholarship. She has been teaching and tutoring piano students of all ages for the last four years. Jane has received many awards and top prizes, including the 2016 Utah Music Teacher’s Association Concerto Competition, the 2013 and 2014 Piano Concerto Competition at Brigham Young University, and the Utah Symphony Youth Guild Competition. In 2015, Jane was selected to play the Rachmaninoff 2nd Concerto with the BYU Symphony Orchestra, and received Honorable Mention at the Utah Symphony Salute to Youth concerto auditions. Jane has performed as a soloist in the 2014 Youth Guild Recital at Westminster College, the Rising Stars Concert at Utah State University, and with her four siblings in the Family Concert Series at the Assembly Hall on Temple Square. She has performed as an accompanist with the BYU Women’s Chorus at Abravanel Hall and is featured in their album My God Is a Rock.
Not Pictured — — Kelly Hamm, Voice & Piano
Not Pictured — Karisa Millington, Voice
Not Pictured — Jacob Engel, Voice & Piano
Scott Keegan – Piano, Theory, Composition — Temporarily Unavailable
Scott has taught piano, music theory, and music composition in Maine, Massachusetts, Indianapolis, and now Bloomington. While in Maine, he completed his Master of Music degree in piano pedagogy at the University of Southern Maine, studying with Dr. Laura Kargul. Scott is currently finishing his thesis for a Master of Music in composition at Butler University with Dr. Michael Schelle. During the course of teaching music, Scott has taught independently, through schools, at summer camps, and in after-school programs. While in Indianapolis, he served as the Treasurer for Butler University’s Music Teacher’s National Association chapter and co-presented a lecture at the 2014 MTNA national conference. Scott’s focus as a teacher is on developing an easy and stress-free technique that both helps the pianist avoid strain and injury, and makes achieving a beautiful tone much more accessible.
Jaime Carini – Piano — Temporarily Unavailable
Jaime Carini pursues dual doctorates in Organ Performance and Musicology at Indiana University. She serves as organ scholar at Plainfield United Methodist Church, where she plays piano and organ for Sunday services and conducts various ensembles. Before moving to Indiana to study at IU, Ms. Carini taught piano, organ, music theory, and music history at Tulsa Community College and The bART Center for Music. Jaime believes that music is a valuable and engaging pursuit that teaches people collaborative skills, creative thinking, and self-awareness. She tailors her instruction to each student’s individual musical and technical needs as she strives to help each one become a well-rounded musician. Her most memorable experience at IU thus far is participating in a public recital performance for PipeDreams Live! at Indiana University, which aired nationwide on American Public Media in October 2016.