HISTORY OF THE HARPSICHORD


March 13
7:30pm
Yehl Ballroom
Waldron Campus Center, Gannon University


BETH ETTER

PDr. Elizabeth Etter has performed on many stages throughout the United States and Europe as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician. Her performances include the Erie Philharmonic, Chicago Chamber Orchestra, Chautauqua Chamber Orchestra, Pittsburgh Baroque Ensemble, Cleveland Camerata, Erie Chamber Orchestra, and the Holter Chamber Music Festival in Italy.

She founded and directed the International Allegheny Summer Music Festival and Music Outreach Institute at Allegheny College as well as the International Youth Music Festival.

Her performances and interviews have been aired on WQED, WCLV, and WQLN. She has served as a juror and moderator for national competitions and conferences such as Chamber Music America and the Southeast Asian International Piano Competition (broadcast on Indonesian television).

She currently holds the piano faculty position in the Department of Music and Theatre of Edinboro University. Other faculty appointments include the Cleveland Institute of Music (preparatory) and Allegheny College. She holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she specialized in Collaborative Piano and Harpsichord Performance.