Ingrid Keller, piano

With performances hailed as ‘having graceful power…a revelation in musical excellence’ (Oakwood Register) and an ‘unforgettable experience’ (Berkshire Gazette), Ingrid Keller holds a multifaceted career as a recitalist, collaborative pianist, and teacher. She has performed nationally in such distinguished venues as the Kennedy Center, Symphony Hall in Boston, Jordan Hall, the Banff Centre and Tanglewood, as well as internationally. Recent collaborations have brought her on stage with the Mark Morris Dance group, members of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dayton Philharmonic, Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Richmond Symphony, and alongside such celebrated musicians as Yo-Yo Ma, Dawn Upshaw, Leonidas Kavakos, and Joe Burgstaller.

As a chamber musician, Ingrid is equally at home with instrumental chamber music as well as song and operatic repertoire formerly serving on the staff of Indianapolis Opera and Oberlin in Italy.  Continually seeking new and innovative projects, she performed a solo rendition of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring as part of an interdisciplinary collaboration in music, dance and fashion for University of Dayton’s ArtsAlive programming.

Ingrid has held positions at University of Dayton, Northern Kentucky University, University of Oregon, and currently serves on the faculty of University of Richmond as piano and chamber music faculty as well as being the Richmond Symphony Chorus’s rehearsal pianist. Her recent album, in collaboration with Jason Vest, Evening Hours, songs of Richard Hundley, was released through Roven Records.

Ingrid holds degrees from Northwestern University (B.M.), and Indiana University (M.M. and D.M.), where she studied under the tutelage of world-renowned pianist, Menahem Pressler.

She is the Founder and Artistic Director of the Belvedere Series, a chamber and concert series in Richmond, Virginia.