Judith Lynn Stillman
Judith Lynn Stillman has been hailed by the press as “a poetess of the piano” and by nine-time Grammy winner Wynton Marsalis as “a rare find, a remarkable virtuoso, a consummate artist.” Stillman holds Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees from The Juilliard School, where she received the Dethier Prize for Outstanding Pianist and won the Juilliard Concerto Competition. A native New Yorker who began playing the piano at age three, winner of 18 piano competitions and recipient of the First Pell Award in the Arts, Stillman is the Artist-in-Residence and a Professor of Music at Rhode Island College. She is an internationally renowned soloist, chamber musician, choral conductor, composer and artist-teacher. Stillman has performed at international world premieres and festivals and has been the Artist-in-Residence in China, Russia and the Czech Republic at principal music academies including Beijing’s Central Conservatory and the Prague Conservatory.