Pianist Patricia Stowell maintains an active schedule regionally as a chamber musician, soloist and accompanist. Her European performances include concerts in Bulgaria, Austria, Poland and Germany, in addition to lecturing in Moscow on composer Alexander Scriabin and the Russian Symbolist Movement. Regionally she has performed in numerous...
Pianist Patricia Stowell maintains an active schedule regionally as a chamber musician, soloist and accompanist. Her European performances include concerts in Bulgaria, Austria, Poland and Germany, in addition to lecturing in Moscow on composer Alexander Scriabin and the Russian Symbolist Movement. Regionally she has performed in numerous concert series, including the Bangor Symphony Orchestra, Husson University’s Kenduskeag Series, The VanderKay and All Souls Steinway Series, with soprano Suzanne Nance and in collaboration with pianist Lorin Hollander.

Patricia is on the faculty of the Bay Chamber Music School in Rockport, Maine and also brings expertise in chamber music as the director of the Kneisel Hall Maine Young Musicians Program since 2000. Her educational background includes two degrees from Indiana University and a doctorate in piano performance & chamber music from Northwestern University. Further studies include one year as a Rotary International Scholar in Germany (Stuttgart Hochschule fur Musik) and a partial year in Austria at the Vienna Hochschule fur Musik under pianist Hans Graf.
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Digital Only: Remembering Seymour Lipkin (1927-2015)

Two weeks before the death of eminent pianist and conductor Seymour Lipkin, Patricia Stowell had the opportunity to interview him for Clavier Companion magazine. Lipkin first gained public attention in 1948 after winning first prize at the Rachmaninoff Fund Piano Contest in New York. The Detroit native had studied with Rudolph Serkin and Mieczyslaw...
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