Graduate Studies, Collaborative Piano Instrumental Repertoire, Ensemble Coach

Audrey Axinn’s recital appearances on modern piano and fortepiano include performances at Carnegie Hall, Bargemusic, Merkin Concert Hall, Caramoor, Grace Rainey Auditorium at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Edinburgh Festival. She has collaborated with artists including Sharon Robinson, Eugene Fodor, Daniel Heifetz, Fred Sherry, Gil Morgenstern, Monica Huggett, Cynthia Roberts, Myron Lutzke, Bart van Oort, Jesse Blumberg, and Rufus Muller, and has recorded for the BMG, Koch, and Newport Classics labels. Axinn has lectured and given master classes in chamber music, fortepiano, and performance practice at the Curtis Institute of Music; Juilliard; New England Conservatory; Oberlin Conservatory; Cornell University; Royal Conservatory in the Hague; State University of New York, Stony Brook; Beijing Central Conservatory; Beijing Normal University; and Kyung-Won University. She is co-director of the Academy of Fortepiano Performance workshop and was director of Valley Musica chamber music concerts and co-director of 20th-Century Retrospectives and Lyceum concert series. Axinn was an assistant faculty member in the collaborative piano department at Juilliard from 1997 to 2008 and has been a member of Juilliard's chamber music faculty with a specialization in coaching chamber music for fortepiano since 2003. She was assistant dean at Mannes School of Music and was a member of its collaborative piano, chamber music, and graduate studies faculties. Born in New York, Axinn holds an MM and DMA from Juilliard, and received a diploma from the Curtis Institute of Music and a BM from the Manhattan School of Music. Audrey Axinn is currently the associate dean for Academic Affairs of The Tianjin Juilliard School.