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Johnandrew Slominski - Assistant Professor

Vivian Bull Music Center 141
503-883-2637
jslominski@linfield.edu

Education:

  • B.M. in Piano Performance
  • B.A. in Music Theory Pedagogy
  • M.M. in Piano Performance and Literature
  • D.M.A in Piano Performance and Literature, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester

Academic Interests:
As a performing pianist, I appear internationally as a solo recitalist, concerto soloist, recording artist, and chamber musician. My academic research focuses on pedagogy, history, and cognition of music theory, and on the integration of historical and modern sources and methods for approaching musical improvisation.

CV

Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester
- Assistant Professor of Music Theory; Assistant Professor of Piano


Virginia Commonwealth University
- Assistant Professor of Piano


Sunderman Conservatory at Gettysburg College
- Visiting Instructor of Piano


Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival, University of South Florida
- Resident Faculty Artist


Founder and Director, Classical Music on the Spot” – summer institute for 18th-century keyboard improvisation. 


Performances


Pianist for solo concerto, recitals and chamber music throughout the US and Canada; masterclass clinician and adjudicator. 

Publications:


  • "Johnandrew Slominski, piano," Centaur Records 3516'

  • "The True Art: C.P.E. Bach’s Fantasias" – in progress

  • "Haydn’s Narrative Revisited: A Topical Analysis" – in progress

  • Reconstructing a Rivalry.” Review ofCounterpoint and Partimento: Methods of Teaching Composition in Late Eighteenth-Century Naples, by Peter van Tour. Notes

  • "Toward a Galant Pedagogy: Partimenti and Schemata as Tools in the Pedagogy of Eighteenth-Century Style Improvisation." Music Theory Online, 21, no. 3


 

Honors and Awards

Music Theory Special Research Award: Eastman School of Music; Professional Development Grants: Eastman School of Music; Silver Medalist: Inaugural International Keyboard Odyssiad (Colorado, USA); Jerald C. Graue Fellowship Award for Excellence in Musicology; Grant Winner: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Professional Affiliations

Society for Music Theory; College Music Society; Music Teachers’ National Association