Dr. Ingrid Keller is an active recitalist, collaborative artist, and teacher. Her performances have been hailed as ‘Having graceful power…a revelation in musical excellence, and an unforgettable experience.’ She has performed in North America in such distinguished venues as the Kennedy Center, the Banff Centre, Jordan Hall, and Tanglewood, as well as internationally.
Recent collaborations have brought her on stage with the Mark Morris Dance group, members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Dayton Philharmonic, and Richmond Symphony, as well as alongside such celebrated musicians as Yo-Yo Ma, Joe Burgstaller and Carol Vaness.
Dr. Keller has held positions at University of Oregon, Northern Kentucky University, University of Dayton, and currently teaches on the faculty of University of Richmond. Passionate about music education, Dr. Keller also serves as Richmond Symphony School of Music’s Piano and Chamber Music Program coordinator. She is a graduate of Northwestern University (B.M.), and Indiana University (M.M. and D.M.), where she studied under the tutelage of world renowned pianist, Menahem Pressler.
Her most recent album, in collaboration with Jason Vest, Evening Hours, was released through Roven Records in 2018 and in 2019, she began her first season as rehearsal pianist for the Richmond Symphony Chorus.
A Boston native, she currently lives in Richmond, Virginia with her husband, Nathan Bick, and their two daughters, Clara and Phoebe.