A native of Montréal, Alexandra Nguyen maintains a diverse career as a collaborative pianist, teacher and arts administrator. She is an accomplished pianist who has appeared throughout the United States and Canada, including performances at the Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall (New York, NY), the Strings Music Festival (Steamboat Springs, CO), the Societé Pro Musica Chamber Music Series (Montréal, Canada), and the Asociacion Nacional de Conciertos at Teatro Nacional (Panama City, Panama). Recent performances include concerts with members of the Takács Quartet, baritone Patrick Mason as well as bassoonist Peter Kolkay, a long-standing collaboration. She has been an invited speaker at the National Association of Schools of Music Annual Meeting, the College Music Society Annual Conference, the Music Teachers National Association National Convention and the National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy.
As associate professor of collaborative piano at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Nguyen co-directs the graduate programs in collaborative piano and coordinates accompanying services at the College of Music. She was the founder and director of Plays Well With Others, a summer institute at the Eastman School of Music, where she has been affiliated with the Eastman International Young Artists Piano Competition for over a decade.
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