Hailed by critics for her “musical elegance and brilliant technique”, pianist Rosanne Conway is a native of Seattle, Washington, where she performed with the Seattle Symphony at the age of 16.  She holds degrees from the University of Washington and the University of Colorado and as winner of the Petri Award for Foreign Study, attended the Hochschüle fur Müsik und Theatre in Hannover, Germany and received a diploma from the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria.  Upon returning to the United States after being overseas, Ms. Conway furthered her studies in New York with Earl Wild at The Juilliard School. She has appeared on many local and regional concert series including the Anderson House, the Luxembourg Embassy, the Kennedy Center, where she performed for the American Liszt Society Festival and the State Department. In addition, she and Santiago Rodriguez have recorded Rachmaninoff’s four hand/two piano works for the Elan label.  Ms. Conway has also served on the faculties of Lewis and Clark College, the University of Maryland, and most recently, the National Cathedral School and is a founding member of the Main Street Music Studios.

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