DR. JONATHAN

YOUNG

 

P I A N I S T/C O M P O S E R
R E C O M M E N D A T I O N S

""While Jon's technical skills and sight-reading ability are impressive, it is his ability to make the piano “sing” that creates the ultimate duet of piano and voice."

 - Allegro Choirs of Kansas City
 

"Jonathan is a dedicated musician and artist. He is a great colleague and friend, whose hard work and positive attitude inspire those around him. I know Jonathan from our time at the University of Kansas. He excels not only as a soloist at the piano, but also as a collaborator, vocal coach, and teacher. His knowledge of music and its history is very impressive. Do not miss your chance to hear him perform or to work with him!"

 - Dr. Yuta Sugano, Concert Pianist
 

E V E N T S​

A U G

 

13

August 13, 2019

Two-Piano Recital with Robert Nance

Fort Wayne, IN

S E P

28

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Paper Presentation, Midwest Music Research Collective

Lawrence, KS

"Jon Young is an excellent soloist and collaborative pianist. His sight reading and accompanying skills are stellar in all contexts - solo, chamber, choral, and opera. Conductors at Wheaton College were enthusiastic about his work as pianist for Opera Music Theater and Concert Choir."

 - LinkedIn Recommendation, Dr. Karin Redekopp Edwards, Professor of Piano at Wheaton College
 

N E W S

May 2019

Jonathan defended his doctoral thesis Rachmaninoff's "Concealed Variation" Principle: Inspiration for Motivic Unity in his Preludes, Op. 32

May 2019

Jonathan published his dissertation on Sergei Rachmaninoff via ProQuest

June 2019

Jonathan performed the two-piano version of Brahms' "Ein Deutsches Requiem" in Fort Wayne, IN, with Maestro Robert Nance and Dr. Hamilton Tescarollo.

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