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The Music program at EWU is committed to students who seek careers in music as well as to providing music instruction and experience for the general university student. Graduates are prepared to become performers, composers, conductors, theorists, teachers or scholars.
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Kendall Feeney, PianoSenior Lecturer, Contemporary Ensemble, PianoMusic Building #229Phone: (509)359-2882Fax: (509)359-7028Email: email@example.com
Kendall Feeney is a member of the piano faculty
at Eastern Washington University and director of the EWU Contemporary Music Ensemble. She has performed as soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States and Asia and been featured on National Public Radio's "Performance Today." A native of California, Ms. Feeney studied with John Perry at the University of Southern California where she received her bachelor's and master's degrees in piano performance, winning both the Undergraduate and Graduate Keyboard Awards.
From 1991 to 2003, Feeney was Artistic Director of the critically acclaimed Northwest concert series ZEPHYR: A New Design for Classical Music. She is a frequent guest artist at Chamber Music San Juans and the Bellingham Music Festival and is on the faculty of the Golandsky Institute at Princeton. She has served on the chamber music staff of the New College Festival in Sarasota, Florida and the Round Top Festival Institute in Texas.
Ms. Feeney is nationally recognized as a leading pedagogue of the Taubman approach to piano playing and is well known for her work with injured musicians. She regularly coaches with New York Taubman specialist, Edna Golandsky. Ms. Feeney maintains private studios in Seattle, Spokane and Portland and is a sought after adjudicator and lecturer. In addition to her performing and teaching, she is a regular contributor to Clavier Magazine. She was awarded the 1997 Individual Artist of the Year by the Spokane Arts Commission and is included in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Women.