Patrice Newman

Pianist Patrice Newman collaborates frequently in chamber music and art song. She has performed in concerts in the New York area including the Riverside Church, Hudson Highlands Music Festival, Peconic Chamber Orchestra, and in a Weill Recital Hall chamber music debut as a winner of the Artists International competition.

Her recent CDs include Lukas Foss’ “The Prairie” and Dominick Argento’s “Jonah and the Whale” with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP) and The Providence Singers. In New York, she also performed frequently with the Composers Circle and Friends and Enemies of New Music.

Patrice holds degrees from the Hartt School/University of Hartford and Boston University, where she won the Piano Performance Award, and also studied at the American Conservatory at Fontainebleau, France, the Schubert Institute in Baden bei Wien, Austria, and in New York with pianist Grant Johannesen. She worked as a collaborative pianist at the Mannes College of Music.

Patrice is also a founding artistic director of Chamber Music Mystic, a summer chamber music festival in Mystic, CT.