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Student Degree Recital - Maeve Berry, piano

Event Details
  • Location:
    Eastman East Wing Hatch Recital Hall
  • Date:
    Friday, November 20, 2020
  • Time:
    8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Event Description

   To attend the concert please follow this link to the livestream:

Maeve Berry is a cum laude graduate of the BM piano performance program at the  Pennsylvania State University, where she studied with Dr. Christopher Guzman. She received several awards throughout her college years, including the prestigious Presser Scholarship in 2018. In the spring of 2019, Maeve was awarded the Creative Achievement Award from the College of Arts and Architecture and was also inducted into Pi Kappa Lambda at Penn State.

Maeve is continuing her studies at Eastman under the direction of Dr. Andrew Harley in the Master of Music program collaborative piano. At Eastman, Maeve holds a graduate assistantship in Studio Accompanying. In her first year, she was involved in the 2020 Friends of Eastman Opera Aria competition with one of her singers. Maeve received the Barbara M. H. Koeng award in 2020 for excellence in vocal collaboration. This year, Maeve looks forward to pursuing an Advanced Certificate in Music Theory Pedagogy in addition to her master's studies. She is teaching first year theory this fall. In 2020-2021, she will serve as the Marketing and Outreach chair for Eastman's Graduate Student Association. She is also an active member in Schola Cantorum at Christ Church in Rochester. 

Maeve attended the Brevard Music Center in 2017, where she studied with Norman Krieger for three weeks. In the summer of 2019, Maeve traveled to Germany with The Penn State Concert Choir, where she sang with the choir and played the organ in cities like Leipzig, Dresden, and Berlin. She has also been a collaborative pianist for faculty recitals during the Cleveland Trombone Institute and the Penn State Honors Music Institute. In the summer of 2020, Maeve was invited to Songfest LA and the Toronto Summer Music Festival to be a vocal piano fellow. She hopes to pursue these positions in summer 2021.

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