Linda Jiorle-Nagy

Assistant Professor of Music, PT, Piano, Piano Pedagogy, Piano Literature, Faculty Advisor, Group Piano Program | | 617.358.0833

Room 414B, 855 Commonwealth Avenue

Linda Jiorle-Nagy

Linda Jiorle-Nagy studied at the Kölnischer Staatliche Hochschule für Musik, West Germany as a Fulbright-Hays/Daad Scholar, Rutgers University, [AB, cum laude with Honors in Music] and Boston University, [MM and DMA with Honors in Piano]. Her principal teachers include Eugene Helmer, Maria Katona Valgoczy, and Dr. Béla Böszörményi-Nagy.

Ms. Jiorle-Nagy has performed as soloist, duo-pianist, and with orchestra in West Germany, Switzerland, and in the United States. She has appeared at the American Liszt Festival and the American Matthay Festival. Recent performances have included the Fifth Brandenburg Concerto, the Mozart Piano Concerto in C Major, K467, the Neues Liebeslieder Waltzer, and the Danzas Argentinas.

An active solo and chamber pianist in New England, Ms Jiorle-Nagy has performed with contemporary music ensembles including Alea III. She has been the winner of numerous awards for her piano performances and has competed in the Geneva, Busoni, Terni, and East-West Artist Piano Competitions. She has adjudicated piano competitions in Vancouver, BC and in the Boston area for the MTNA, New England Conservatory, and the Boston Conservatory.

In addition to her work at Boston University, Ms Jiorle-Nagy also serves on the Piano Faculty of Brown University and is Assistant Musical Director for the Neponset Choral Society.