Jennifer Shoup, Owner/Piano*

Jennifer is a frequent soloist and chamber musician who performs throughout the United States and abroad. She has been a featured soloist with the National Orchestras of Chile, Costa Rica and the University of Dayton Orchestra and presented solo recitals for the Piccolo Spoleto Festival, Sigma Alpha Iota National Convention and numerous artist series. Recent engagements include lectures and recitals for the Ohio Federation of Music Clubs, Ohio Music Teachers Association, Francis Marion University Artist Series, and the American Matthay Association for Piano.    



























































































































Jennifer received a Master of Music degree in Piano Performance and Certificate in Piano Pedagogy from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor of Music degree in Performance from the University of Dayton. She began Doctoral studies at Arizona State University. Her teachers include Donald Hageman, Eric Street, Enrique Graf and Caio Pagano. Additional studies took place in Vienna, Austria and Belgais Center for the Arts (Portugal). 


































































































































































Jennifer has taught for the prestigious Carnegie Mellon Preparatory School and as adjunct faculty for the University of Dayton and Cedarville University. She has worked with a diverse range of artists including Emanuel Ax, Maria Joao Pires, Earl Wild and Grammy award-winning composer Lucy Simon.