Gabriel Landstedt

Gabriel Landstedt has appeared in festivals including Art of the Piano, Chautauqua Piano Program, Eastern Music Festival, New Mexico Chamber Music Festival, Klavierfestival Lindlar, and the Salzburg International Summer Academy. He was Grand Prize winner in the 2022 Royal Sound Music Competition, runner-up in the 2020 UBC Concerto Competition, and has been awarded numerous prizes in his home state of New Mexico, including First Prize in the 2012 Jackie McGehee Young Artists’ Competition, after which he made his orchestra debut with the New Mexico Philharmonic. Landstedt has performed solo recitals throughout North America and Europe. In 2016, Landstedt recorded Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Albuquerque-based Duke Symphonette. He made his New York debut the next year. Also an avid collaborative pianist, Landstedt has played with choirs, ensembles, and soloists throughout the United States and Canada. In 2021 he established the vocal-piano ensemble Keyprano Duo with his wife, soprano Allison Anderson.

Landstedt graduated summa cum laude with his Bachelor of Music degree and Second Major in German from the University of New Mexico, where he studied under Falko Steinbach and was pianist for the UNM Wind Symphony and UNM Symphony Orchestra. He pursued additional studies at the Hochschule für Musik Würzburg and the Manhattan School of Music. He earned his Master of Music degree at the University of British Columbia, and he is now pursuing his DMA degree there as a recipient of UBC’s premier Four Year Doctoral Fellowship studying under Mark Anderson.