Marjorie Janove

Marjorie Janove is an active soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician. She has soloed with the Utah Symphony as pianist and harpsichordist. She appears frequently with the Opus Orchestra, Nova Chamber Music series, Vivaldi Candlelight Series, Marice Abravanel Distiguished Composer Series and Madeleine Festival of the Arts and Humanities. Her performance of Bach’s Art of the Fugue for the Bach Tricentennial Celebration was broadcast on National Public Radio. She has performed on the Dame Myra Hess series in Chicago and the Shadyside Chamber Concert series in Pittsburgh.

Ms. Janove studied piano and cello at Chicago Musical College at Roosevelt University and them went on to receiver her Master of Music and Doctorate of Musical Arts Degree with Distinction at Indiana University in Piano Performance. Her teachers have included Robert McDowell, Karen Shaw, and Menachem Pressler.

Ms. Janove has received the YWCA Outstanding Award in Arts and Communication and was the featured guest of the 1992 convention of the Utah Music Teacher’s Association.

She has collaborated with the Emily Theater Company as pianist in the Letters of George Sand and the Music of Frederic Chopin. As music arranger and cellist, she collaborated with the company on the production of Hamlet. She also collaborated with Plan B Theater Company as muic aranger and cellist for the play, My Left Breast, by Susan Miller.

Marjorie B. Janove is on the faculty of Westminster College and the University of Utah.