Norman Krieger


ss12-WEB-norman-krieger-150Pianist Norman Krieger has been hailed by the Washington Post as “an artist of unusual sensitivity with the technical control to do absolutely anything he wants and the sense to do so poetically.” Krieger began piano lessons at an early age. By fifteen, he had earned himself a full scholarship to Julliard, where he completed both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. He was also awarded an artist’s diploma from the New England Conservatory.

Krieger regularly performs with ensembles around the world, including the New York, Los Angeles, Hamilton, and Hong Kong philharmonics; the ten symphony orchestras of Chicago, Cincinnati, Honolulu, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, and San Diego; the Boston Pops Orchestra, Prague's Czech National Symphony Orchestra; Turkey's Presidential Symphony Orchestra, and Taiwan's National Symphony Orchestra. Founding Artistic Director of The Prince Albert Chamber Music Festival and an advocate for contemporary music, Krieger has received many awards, including the Paderewski Foundation Award, the Buffalo Philharmonic Young Artists Competition Prize, and the Saint Louis Symphony Prize.

Krieger currently lives in Los Angeles and teaches keyboard studies at USC Thornton School of Music.   

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