Pianist Dr. Iris Perry has performed to high acclaim as a recitalist, chamber musician, vocal accompanist, and soloist with orchestras throughout Austria, Holland, Romania, former Soviet Republics and the United States.
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Strongly committed to music education, Iris has taught at Yale, Indiana and Montclair State Universities, as well as Bergen Community College, the Thurnauer School of Music at the JCC on the Palisades in Tenafly, NJ and the Solomon Schechter Day School of Bergen County in New Milford, NJ. She has intensely studied and currently teaches the Taubman Piano Technique, an approach that enables pianists to play effortlessly, Doudoune Moncler homme unburdened by fatigue, pain and injury. Dr. Perry has taught applied and class piano, as well as courses in music history, theory and keyboard skills. She is a frequent adjudicator at National Guild of Music Auditions, MEA and MTNA competitions.
Iris holds a Doctorate of Music from Indiana University with minors in Music Education and in Arts Administration. She also holds a Master of Music from Yale University and a Bachelor of Music from Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. Iris's doctoral dissertation on George Enescu: His Pianism and Solo Piano Works led to an invitation doudoune moncler femme pas cher to the 2011 George Enescu Musicology Symposium of the George Enescu Music Festival in Bucharest, Romania, to serve as a guest lecturer. Please contact her if you are a musician interested in collaborative work