- Secondary Piano
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Born in N.Y.C.
Performed more than 400 recitals and orchestral concerts on one and two pianos with her late husband, Edgar Roberts, at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, Juilliard's Paul Hall, and at venues across the Eastern U.S., California, and Hawaii, as well as England, Denmark, Japan, Italy, and Mexico. Since the passing of her husband, has continued performing as a soloist and in chamber groups. Solo performances in the Hudson Valley, N.Y., Hawaii, and Japan; television and radio broadcasts in New York, Mexico, and Hawaii. Two sets of four CDs, manufactured through Sony, titled What Sarong With Piano Duets? and Two Hearts, Four Hands (four volumes for each title); also three volumes of albums titled Keys of Togetherness, three volumes titled Treasured Piano; a CD of Robert Starer's Night Thoughts for vocal quartet and piano four hands (Albany Records, 1995); 10 transcriptions for piano ensemble, and a two-CD set, Our Golden Ensemble. Inducted into the Court of Honors at Georgian Court U., 2008. Adjunct professor of music, Fordham U. Artistic director, since 2007; St. Gregory's Young Artists Concert Series, Woodstock, N.Y.
Degrees and Studies
Early studies in Juilliard Pre-College. Undergraduate work at Georgian Court U.; graduate work at Crouse College, Syracuse U.; postgraduate studies at the U. of Florence, Italy, and L' Accademia Musicale, Chigiana, Siena, Italy (1981-88), and at N.Y.U. Private piano studies with Edgar Roberts. Coaching in piano ensemble with Guido Agosti in Siena and Rome, Italy (1981-88).