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Ingrid Keller



Biography

Ingrid Keller, a native of Boston, Massachusetts, began her piano studies at the early age of three. Her love of classical music was cultivated by her mother's Viennese background and her frequent travels to Europe. She received her Bachelor of Music, magna cum laude, from Northwestern University, where she studied with Alan Chow and Ursula Oppens. While there, she was nominated by the faculty, as one of their most outstanding pianists, to participate in the 2002 Thaivu-Isaac Competition, which she won. In 2003, she began her studies at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music under the tutelage of Menahem Pressler. Ms. Keller received first place in the MTNA Piano Division in 2004. She is currently an active soloist and collaborative recitalist while pursuing a doctorate at the Jacobs School.

Ingrid Keller