Dynamic pianist Natalie Sherer thrives in collaboration with singers and instrumentalists alike. She began her role as Assistant Professor of Vocal Coaching & Collaborative Artist at Florida State University in 2022. In January, Sherer will make her Carnegie Hall debut as a performer in SongStudio 2024. Sherer was a performer for CollabFest 2023, the annual conference for the International Keyboard Collaborative Arts Society (IKCAS), and in 2022, Sherer was a Brown Loranger Fellow at SongFest and an emerging artist in Sparks & Wiry Cries’ NYC SongSLAM Festival. After joining the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) 2020 Intern Program, she performed in multiple presentations at the NATS 2022 National Conference. She recently premiered “Sorrow & Ecstasy: The Complete Songs of Henri Duparc,” a semi-staged musical narrative following four characters’ journeys of love and lament. Sherer hosts the CollabPiano Podcast which celebrates art song and the collaboration between pianists and singers. Season two was supported by FSU’s First Year Assistant Professor Grant. A frequent recitalist, she has recently performed in events and master classes taught by Graham Johnson, Jake Heggie, Nicholas Phan, and Thomas Hampson. In 2019, Sherer performed at the Prague Summer Nights Festival and was a Vocal Chamber Music Fellow for the Collaborative Arts Institute of Chicago (CAIC). Sherer earned a DMA in Collaborative Piano, studying with renowned pianist Martin Katz, from the University of Michigan, and completed BM and MM degrees in Piano Performance through studies at Manhattan School of Music, Wheaton College, and Roosevelt University.
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