Pianist Andrea Lodge has been called a “Must See” (The Telegram, St. John’s, Canada). A specialist in the performance of contemporary piano music, she has premiered new works by composers Herbert Deutsch, Salvatore Macchia and C. Curtis Smith, among others.
Andrea was awarded top prizes at the Eckhardt-Gramatté Competition for the Performance of New Music. Her recording of works for voice and piano by Marga Richter with tenor William George has recently been released by Redshift Records.
Andrea lives in NYC where she performs regularly as soloist, with the Sorce/Lodge Duo and with Hypercube, a contemporary music quartet. Since 2014 she has been on faculty with the nief-norf contemporary music organization. Andrea has been a featured artist at festivals such as the Big Ears Festival, Sound Symposium, NYC Electroacoustic Music Festival, UNPLAY Festival, International Computer Music Conference and Qubit Noise Non-Ference.
As an educator, she teaches piano, music theory and chamber music at the Greenwich House Music School and Bloomingdale School of Music and is on faculty at Five Towns College and Suffolk County Community College. Andrea received her Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from Stony Brook University, where she studied with Gilbert Kalish and Christina Dahl.