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Jeffrey LaDeur enjoys a busy career as soloist, chamber musician and educator. Praised for his “…glowing sound…” (San Francisco Classical Voice) and “…dazzling pianism…” (Sarasota Herald Tribune) Jeffrey has concertized around the world including performances at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Eastman Theater, and the Banff Centre for the Arts. His performances have been broadcast over Dutch Radio 4, WFMT Chicago, and South Dakota Public Broadcasting. At the invitation of the Naumburg Foundation, Jeffrey made his Carnegie debut in Weill Recital Hall in March 2015. He is the founder and Artistic Director of New Piano Collective.
A frequent soloist, LaDeur has performed with the Oakland Symphony, San Jose Chamber Orchestra, Merced Symphony, Denver Philharmonic, and others, collaborating with esteemed conductors such as the late George Cleve, Lawrence Golan, Michael Morgan, and Neil Varon. 2016-2017 highlights include Shostakovich Concerto no.1 with Mark Grisez, and Barbara Day Turner leading the San Jose Chamber Orchestra, solo recitals featuring the complete piano works of Claude Debussy and the composers that influenced him, and the west coast premiere of Paul Juon’s Episodes Concertantes (1912) with the Oakland Symphony and Michael Morgan. LaDeur has performed in recital throughout the United States including appearances at the Kennedy Center, Dakota Sky International Piano Festival, Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society, and PianoForte Studios, Chicago.
A passionate chamber musician, LaDeur is a founding member of the acclaimed Delphi Trio. Prize winners of the 2015 Orlando Competition in Kerkrade, the Delphi Trio concertized extensively in the Netherlands and Germany, and appears regularly throughout the United States. Delphi gave the world premiere of William Bolcom’s first Piano Trio (2014), written for their ensemble. In addition to his activities with the Delphi Trio, Jeffrey has collaborated with artists such as Robert Mann, Bonnie Hampton, Geoff Nuttall, Ian Swensen, Axel Strauss, and the Fry Street, Afiara, and Telegraph Quartets.
Jeffrey completed his undergraduate education at the Eastman School of Music, studying with Douglas Humpherys and earned a Masters Degree in chamber music from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music studying with Yoshikazu Nagai. Jeffrey received his formative musical training from Annie Sherter, a student of Vlado Perlemuter and Alfred Cortot.
Annees de Pelerinage I: Suisse (1855)
Preludes Book I (1910)