Jeffrey Daniel Myers

Jeffrey Daniel MyersJeffrey Daniel Myers is the newly discovered American Pianist distinguishing himself with communicative interpretations and passionate temperament. Myers’ recent performance of Mozart’s piano concerto in A Major, K.488, broadcast on public radio (WQLN classical radio host Bob Eaton) enjoyed the review “Myers’ performance was better than any recording in existence”. Dr. Timothy Kalil, pianist, and founder of the Kent State University Ashtabula Classical Concert Series, hailed Jeffrey Myers performance as “Kent State has discovered new Major young American Concert Pianist”. By invitation ‘only’, Jeffrey made his Steinway of Phoenix solo piano recital debut in April of 2010. In October 2009, he was honored with a special invitation to perform solo piano music at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts (Scottsdale, Arizona).
Jeffrey started his piano studies at age thirteen. In 1997 he was one of a small number of American pianists admitted to the Master of Music program at New York’s prestigious Manhattan School of Music. The response to Myers audition for the ChautauquaJeffrey Daniel Myers Institute for the Performing Arts (Chautauqua, New York) created quite the spectacle as he spent the full summer studying and performing there on full scholarship during the 1992 Festival. The following season witnessed his orchestral debut performing Franz Liszt’s piano concerto # 1 in Eb Major with the D’Angelo Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Frank Collura (Erie, Pennsylvania).
With his obvious talent, clearly skyrocketing to the forefront of the international concert scene, Jeffrey Myers is enjoying a diverse career as an orchestralcConcert soloist, concert recitalist, and as concert pianist for chamber music. Jeffrey gave his professional American debut with Mozart’s piano concerto no. 23 in A Major, K. 488, with the Erie Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Bruce Morton Wright (Erie, Pennsylvania) in 2000. He performed piano and violin chamber music programs at Kent State University’s KSUA Eureka House of MetalClassical Concert Series (in 2003 and 2002), throughout the region and on live public radio. In 2009, Mr. Myers performed music for piano and trumpet on the Steinway of Phoenix Concert Series (Phoenix College) Visiting Artist Recital Series, and at Arizona School for the Arts. He has given many other performances throughout the US.
Born in Pennsylvania, Jeffrey Myers makes his home in Phoenix, Arizona. His teachers include Oxana Yablonskaya and Arkady Aronov (pedagogues of the legendary Russian tradition), Sam Rotman and Peter Tacaks. Mr. Myers was the resident recitalist for Steinway of Phoenix and he is listed in “Who’s Who” in America Concert Pianists since 2004

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