Eileen J. Hutchins


Eileen Hutchins, pianist, teaches at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. She previously taught at the Longy School of Music of Bard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and at Andrews University in Michigan, where she was Director of Piano Studies from 1992-1998. She graduated with distinction from the New England Conservatory of Music and continued her studies as a scholarship student at the Juilliard School of Music where she earned an M.Mus. She earned a DMA at the University of Maryland. She also taught at Columbia Union College, now Washington Adventist University, and DePaul University.

An prize winning pianist, Hutchins won awards in the Carnegie Hall International American Music Competition, Coleman Chamber Music Competition, and, while at the NECM, their competitions in concerto, chamber music, and piano honors. She is a frequent recitalist and soloist and co-founded the Delmarva Piano Festival in 1991.

She has performed at the International Conference on Women in Music in London and with the Chicago CUBE Ensemble, and New York Da Capo Chamber Players. She has soloed with the Chamber Orchestra of the Rhine; the MIT and Worcester symphonies; New England Conservatory, Thayer Symphony and Brooklyn Heights orchestras; and the St. Joseph Pro Musica in Michigan.



Sources; Online biographies; Biographical sketch, International Adventist Musicians Association Notes, Winter 1994, 14.