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Artist Roster
Armenta Adams
Clay Aiken
Monty Alexander
Jimmy Amadie
Dickran Atamian
Jon Ballantyne
Michael Barrett
Peter Basquin
Margaret Baxtresser
Darrin Blumfield
Zelma Bodzin
Bradshaw & Buono
Carol Britto
Dave Brubeck
James Carney
Richard Carpenter
Jo Ann Castle
Michael Chertock
Andrew Cooperstock
Richard Danielpour
Ivan Davis
Wilfred Delphin
Dino
Richard Dowling
Peter Duchin
Raymond Dudley
Charles Dutoit
Daniel Ericourt
Morton Estrin
Orrin Evans
Donn-Alexandre Feder
Arthur Ferrante
Richard Fields
Elliot Finkel
Stephen Flaherty
Ben Folds
Lukas Foss
Laszlo Gardony
Deborah Gibson
Mickey Gilley
Philip Glass
Karl Haas
The Haddens
Evans Haile
Eric Hamelin
Wes Hamrick
Arthur Hanlon
Sir Roland Hanna
Gene Harris
Loston Harris
Boaz Heilman
Paul Hersh
John Hicks
Andrew Hill
Joseph Holt
Leslie Howard
Dick Hyman
Raymond Jackson
Jeff Jacobs
Hank Jones
Wladimir Jan Kochanski
Larry Karush
David Korevaar
Anne Koscielny
Steve Kuhn
Erich Kunzel
Michael John LaChiusa
Fernando Laires
Garah Landes
Elyane Laussade
Debra Lew Harder
Keith Lockhart
Jesús López-Cobos
Henry Lowinger
Tony MacAlpine
Adam Makowicz
Richard Marx
Les McCann
R. McCausland-Dieppa
Joe McGinty
Eric McKay
Marian McPartland
Susan Merdinger
Rickey Minor
Douglas Montgomery
Max Morath
Patrick Moraz
Nielson & Young
Will Owsley
Seiji Ozawa
Anne Patrick
Luciano Pavarotti
Maurice Peress
Alexander Peskanov
Popov & Vona
Virginia Raad
Steve Reich
Santiago Rodriguez
Pamela Ross
Steve Ross
Abbott Ruskin
Lawrence Schubert
Diane Schuur
George Shearing
Bright Sheng
Bobby Short
Short & Paoli
Abbey Simon
Carly Simon
Peter Simon
Ruth Slenczynska
Stephen Sondheim
Robert Spano
Regina Spektor
Lou Stein
Herbert Stessin
Mark Stringer
Billy Stritch
Robert Swan
John Tatgenhorst
Louis Teicher
John Thomas
Nelita True
Ronan Tynan
Craig Urquhart
Martha Anne Verbit
Veri & Jamanis
Rufus Wainwright
Dallas Weekley
Nancy Weekley
Robert Weirich
The Wentworths
Earl Wild
John Williams
William Wolfram

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Baldwin Piano Artists

 
Baldwin’s support of performing artists and institutions is a tradition which dates back to the early years of the 20th century. Today, our Concert & Artist Division, based in New York’s Hit Factory building on West 54th Street, is the center for our international activities.

Baldwin Artists span all musical genres, from jazz to pop, classical to country. We’re proud of the breadth and depth of our roster, which continues to grow. Baldwin Artists are not paid for their endorsements. Rather, their preference is a testimony to the performance characteristics of the Baldwin.

Dave Brubeck, a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner, is a legendary figure in contemporary jazz. In the 1950s, Brubeck caused a stir in the jazz world, launching what has become known as “West Coast” or “cool” jazz. Today, Mr. Brubeck appears as a composer/performer in concerts of his choral and symphonic compositions as well as with his Quartet.

With a high-energy stage show and a steady stream of smart pop songs, Ben Folds Five has become one of the top performing and recording acts today. The group, featuring pianist, vocalist and principal composer Ben Folds at the Baldwin grand piano, is currently on tour around the world to support its latest recording.

Marian McPartland’s personal style of jazz has won her acclaim, a large enthusiastic following and an international reputation as one of the most important figures in jazz today. When not hosting “Piano Jazz,” her award-winning National Public Radio show, McPartland may be found on concert stages from coast to coast or recording for the Concord Jazz label.

With the 1999 – 2000 season, Seiji Ozawa marked his 26th anniversary as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Ozawa’s tenure with the BSO is the longest of any music director currently active with an American orchestra. In the fall of 2002, he begins a new phase in his artistic life as music director of the Vienna State Opera.

For more than two decades, Diane Schuur has set the musical world on fire with her jazz-drenched vocal and piano style. She has taken her talent on tour around the world, worked with master musicians including B.B. King, Ray Charles and Quincy Jones, recorded more than a dozen albums and earned two Grammy Awards in the process.

A pianist in the Romantic tradition, Earl Wild has performed with virtually every major symphony orchestra in the world. As a young pianist, he was soloist with Arturo Toscanini. In 1939, he was the first classical pianist to give a recital on television. Wild has since performed for six U.S. presidents. In 1997, he won a Grammy Award for his CD, “The Romantic Master.”

John Willams is one of the most respected and honored composers of film and concert music today. He has composed the music for more than 70 feature films including “Schindler’s List,” “Jurassic Park,” “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial,” “Star Wars” and "Superman." He has received dozens of Academy Award nominations as well as Emmy, Oscar and Grammy awards.

Clay Aiken
Vocalist, Runner-up to Fox TV's 2003 American Idol: The Search for a Superstar competition

Jimmy Amadie
Jazz pianist, composer, educator & author of instructional books used worldwide

Jon Ballantyne
Jazz pianist, winner of the Canadian Juno Award for his album “Skydance”
Bradshaw & Buono
Classical pianists performing as a duo-team around the world

Dave Brubeck
Jazz icon, pianist, composer & Grammy Lifetime Achievement winner

Richard Carpenter
Pop pianist, arranger & composer from “The Carpenters,” with 16 consecutive Top 20 hits

Jo Ann Castle
Pianist with the Lawrence Welk Show, featured at Branson, Mo., Welk show

Richard Danielpour
Composer, Grammy Award winner for Best Classical Album

Ivan Davis
Pianist, for more than three decades has performed with the world’s leading orchestras

Dino
Pianist, composer & multiple Dove Award winner, featured at the Grand Palace, Branson, Mo.

Peter Duchin
Pianist, one of America’s pre-eminent dance band leaders, with performances at The White House

Charles Dutoit
Conductor, Music Director of Montreal Symphony Orchestra with 75 MSO recordings

Arthur Ferrante
Pianist & arranger from “Ferrante and Teicher,” featured on more than 180 albums

Elliot Finkel
Pianist, conductor & composer, guest with the Queens Symphony Orchestra

Stephen Flaherty
Composer of the award-winning musical “Ragtime” & other acclaimed stage and screen works

Ben Folds
Pianist, composer & singer with Ben Folds Five, the platinum-selling pop group

Lukas Foss
Conductor, composer & pianist, has conducted most top orchestras around the world

Laszlo Gardony
Jazz pianist & composer, has received four-star reviews in Downbeat and New York Daily News

Deborah Gibson
Pianist, singer & composer with more than 10 million albums sold, noted Broadway actress

Mickey Gilley
Pianist & singer with 17 #1 Country songs, owner of Mickey Gilley Theatre, Branson, Mo.

Philip Glass
Composer whose original works range from opera to film scores, dance & theatre

Arthur Hanlon
Latin Pop/Jazz pianist & composer, classically trained at Manhattan School of Music, in NY

Sir Roland Hanna
“Classical/Jazz” pianist & composer, professor at Queens College, City University of NY

Loston Harris
Pianist, singer, “one of America’s most promising young jazz artists” — T.S. Monk

John Hicks
Jazz pianist, composer & educator, performs and records with legendary jazz musicians

Andrew Hill
Jazz pianist, composer & educator, widely known for his “Blue Note” recordings of the ‘60s

Joseph Holt
Pianist with the U.S. Army Chorus, educator, member of the Chamber Artists of Washington

Dick Hyman
Pianist, arranger, composer & historian, also known for his popular movie soundtracks

Jeff Jacobs
Keyboardist, composer & musical director for the rock group Foreigner since 1992

Wladimir Jan Kochanski
Classical pianist, studied with Rosina Lhevinne, performed for Pope John Paul II

David Korevaar
Pianist, composer, on faculty at University of Colorado, recordings are featured on NPR

Erich Kunzel
Conductor of Cincinnati Pops Orchestra with multiple awards from Billboard magazine

Michael John LaChiusa
Tony Award-nominated composer/lyricist, works include “The Wild Party” & “Marie Christine”

Debra Lew Harder
Classical pianist, founder of the Grand Piano Concert Series in Columbus, Ohio

Keith Lockhart
Conductor of Boston Pops Orchestra & Music Director of Utah Symphony

Jesús López-Cobos
Music director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Lausanne Chamber Orchestra

Tony MacAlpine
Pianist, composer & guitarist, known for recordings featuring both keyboard & guitar

Adam Makowicz
Pianist, composer, named Europe’s #1 Jazz Pianist by Jazz Forum magazine

Richard Marx
Pop artist, has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide and scored 13 Top 5 records

Roberto McCausland-Dieppa
Pianist, Artist-in-Residence at The School of Fine Arts, Cleveland, Ohio

Marian McPartland
Pianist, composer & host of long-running National Public Radio show, “Piano Jazz”

Rickey Minor
Composer, producer & music director, clients have included Whitney Houston, Bette Midler, Al Green, Backstreet Boys, and Brandy

Max Morath
Ragtime pianist, blends American music and humor, known as “The Ragtime Man”

Patrick Moraz
Pianist & composer from progressive British rock groups “The Moody Blues” and “Yes”

Seiji Ozawa
Conductor, Music Director of Boston Symphony Orchestra, now in his 26th season with BSO

Luciano Pavarotti
Vocalist whose telecast of “The Three Tenors” was seen by over a billion people worldwide

Maurice Peress
Conductor, educator & music researcher, has conducted more than 20 operas

Alexander Peskanov
Classical pianist, composer, educator & author, founder of the “Piano Olympics”

Popov & Vona
Classical duo pianists with performances in Canada, the U.S., England, Spain & Italy

Virginia Raad
Pianist, author & lecturer throughout the U.S. and abroad, authority on French composers

Steve Reich
Composer, performer, Grammy Award winner for Best Contemporary Composition

Santiago Rodriguez
Classical pianist, performs with leading orchestras, CDs recommended in NPR CD guide

Pamela Ross
Pianist, playwright, actress & creator of award-winning “Carreno” and “good-bye, harry” shows

Diane Schuur
Jazz pianist & singer with two Grammy Awards for Best Jazz Vocalist and multiple nominations

George Shearing
Pianist, composer & arranger, with multiple Grammy Awards for recordings with Mel Tormé

Bright Sheng
Composer & pianist whose music is performed by renowned ensembles and soloists worldwide

Bobby Short
Pianist, singer & Grammy-nominated cabaret performer, entertains often at The White House

Abbey Simon
Concert pianist, has performed with the world’s major orchestras for more than 50 years

Carly Simon
Grammy-winning pop composer, singer & pianist with many chart-topping hits

Stephen Sondheim
Pulitzer prize-winning composer & lyricist known for stage, film and television works

Robert Spano
Music director of the Brooklyn Philharmonic & director of the Atlanta Symphony starting in 2001

Regina Spektor
Singer/ Songwriter from Moscow

Herbert Stessin
Pianist, instructor at The Juilliard School in New York, faculty member at Aspen Music Festival

Billy Stritch
Pianist, singer, Grammy-winning composer, “... a polished pop-jazz stylist.” New York Times

Robert Swan
Classical pianist, performs throughout the U.S. as a recitalist & as soloist with major orchestras

John Tatgenhorst
Composer & arranger, writes for film and television, Emmy, Chris & Clio awards winner

Ronan Tynan
world-renowned athlete, a certified medical doctor, and one of the world’s finest tenors

Veri & Jamanis
Duo-pianists & educators, noted for their popular recordings and concert performances

Rufus Wainwright
Pop composer, pianist and singer, voted Rolling Stone magazine’s Best New Artist in 1998

Earl Wild
Classical pianist, transcriber, composer, Grammy winner, has performed for six presidents

John Williams
Composer & conductor of film and concert work, with multiple Grammy and Oscar Awards
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Aaron Copland, a Baldwin Artist from 1945 until his death in 1990, is often considered America’s greatest composer. In 1997, a new Baldwin grand was delivered to the late composer’s home in Cortlandt Manor, New York. Here, The Copland Heritage Association has established a residency program for up-and-coming composers.

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