Donna Hallen Loewy is Professor of Accompanying and
Accompanist-in-Residence at the College-Conservatory of Music in
Cincinnati, Ohio. Ms. Loewy has prepared and accompanied many top prize
winners of the National Federation of Music Club Artist Competition, NATS
Artist Awards, D'Angelo Competition, and the Montreal Concours
International de Musique. She is much in demand as a collaborative
pianist, performing frequently throughout the United States.
Ms. Loewy is the offical accompanist for the Metropolitan Opera Auditions,
Southern Ohio region, as well as for the Yamaha Young Performing Artist
Winners Concert in Bloomington, Illinois. She has done several
residencies for the Marilyn Horne Foundation with tenor Daniel Weeks.
Donna has worked as an opera coach with the Israel Vocal Arts Institute,
the International Institute of Vocal Arts in Chiari, Italy, Cincinnati
Opera, and Dayton Opera. She was an official accompanist for the
International Clarinet Conference and for the Congress of Strings for many
summers; recently, she held the same position at the International Double
Reed Society Conference in Madison, Wisconsin, and also at the Tubamania
International Conference in Sydney, Australia. She has toured Australia
as a member of the Seraphim Trio, and has performed concerts on the Queen
Elizabeth II, under the auspices of the Metropolitan Opera Guild Tour.
Ms. Loewy coaches vocal chamber music for the Grandin Festival in
Cincinnati every summer. Donna Loewy was awarded the 1999 Acuff Chair of Excellence at Austin Peay
University in Clarksville, Tennessee, where she coached singers and
instrumentalists; she has done master classes and coaching at Ohio State
University, Baylor, SUNY Fredonia, DePauw University, and others.
Ms. Loewy is the voice consultant and co-author of the Inner Game of Music
Vocal Workbook, written with Barry Green, author of the Inner Game of Music.