About

 

As a soloist, collaborative pianist, teacher, and scholar, Andrew Romanick conveys artistry through all of his endeavors. Romanick has performed and studied across the United States and internationally. A Washington native, Romanick studied piano performance and pedagogy at Washington State University with Drs. Jeffrey and Karen Savage. After completing his Master’s degree in piano performance at Northwestern University, studying with Alan Chow, Romanick returned to the Seattle area to earn his Doctorate of Musical Arts from University of Washington, where he studied with Dr. Robin McCabe.

Romanick is an impressive performer with a breadth of stylistic experience, including classical, modern, and sacred performance. In 2013, he performed in Gijón, Spain in the prestigious Gijón International Piano Festival. In 2010, he won the MusicFest Northwest Concerto Competition, performing in the iconic Bing Crosby Theater in Spokane, Washington, and in 2014, he was a finalist in the Northwestern University Concerto Competition. Romanick has worked with renowned pianists in master classes, such as Angela Cheng, Jonathan Feldman, Margo Garrett, and Lowell Liebermann.

As a collaborative pianist, Romanick has extensive experience with a wide variety of ensembles, from choral groups and piano quartets to solo instrumentalists and piano duos. Schooled in all styles, he has been both a congregational organist and pianist for eleven years and has performed in many different worship styles.

Not only is Romanick a performer, but he is a seasoned teacher. He has taught piano lessons in both private and classroom settings for eight years and is equipped for all levels of pianists, from beginner to advanced students.

Whatever the venue, Romanick is remarkable at tailoring music to make your event exceptional. Please visit the contact page for booking.

 

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