Holly Roadfeldt is a versatile performer whose concerts regularly mix newly commissioned music with established masterpieces. Equally adept at both languages, Holly’s mission is to inspire and advocate for piano music of the highest caliber.
Since making her orchestral debut with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra at the age of 13, Holly Roadfeldt has continued to be an active solo pianist and chamber musician performing standard and eclectic recital programs in the United States, Europe, and Asia. In 2016, Holly’s debut solo album “The Preludes Project” including Chopin’s Op. 28 Preludes and Kirk O’Riordan’s Twenty-Six Preludes (2014) was released by PARMA recordings. Holly’s performance on this CD has been lauded as “utterly convincing [with]…every note of her Chopin sound [ing] fresh and alive—and all are conjured up with a breathtaking sense of elation.” (Raul da Gama, World Music Report). Núria Serra (Sonograma Magazine) says the double album deserves “all our highest praise” for Holly’s “expression, agility and perfect articulation.”
Holly currently teaches at Lafayette College, serves as Artist Piano Faculty with distinction at The Music School of Delaware and is Master Faculty at the Community Music School of Lehigh Valley. Previously, she taught at the University of Delaware, Susquehanna University, Gettysburg College, the University of Colorado-Boulder, and Indiana University.
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