Pianist Judith Gordon gave her New York recital debut for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s ‘Introductions’ series. She has explored repertory from Bach to Boulez with groups including Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Boston Modern Orchestra Project and the Boston Pops Orchestra. In recent years she has premiered and recorded works by John Harbison, Lee Hyla, James Primosch, and Donald Wheelock, among others, and every season collaborates with a diverse group of acclaimed solo artists and ensembles. As a guest artist and teacher she returns most often to ChatterABQ in New Mexico, the Bard and Charlottesville festivals, the Dilijan Chamber Music Series in Los Angeles, and to Music from Salem in Washington County, New York, where she is a consulting director. A member of the Smith College music faculty since 2006, Gordon graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music where she received an Outstanding Alumni Award in 2009.
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