Pianist and Teacher
Concert pianist and piano teacher Jeannette Owens established herself as a musician of international reputation after making her concerto debut at the age of eleven. Originally from Los Angeles, California, Jeannette moved to the UK in 1984 and continued her education at the Royal College of Music studying with Miles Coverdale, John Barstow, Frank Wibaut, and Maria Curcio.
She has been the winner of numerous National and International Competitions including the International Piano Recording Competition and has received many scholarships and awards.
Jeannette has toured extensively to Europe, the United States, the Middle East, Asia, South America and Australia with her solo recitals and lecture recitals and has played with many orchestras such as London’s Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. On a lighter note, she also produced her own piano variety show which she performed on most of the world’s major cruise lines.
Currently Jeannette travels much less and spends most of her time teaching at her home in the New Forest, adjudicating music festivals and examining for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. Jeannette is a Steinway Artist and has recorded two CD’s, Piano Classics
and Jeannette Owens plays Chopin
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