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Music & Music Education: Benjamin Warsaw

Benjamin Warsaw
Assistant Professor of Music - Piano
Fine Arts Hall 121
912.344.2823
benjamin.warsaw@armstrong.edu

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About

American pianist, Benjamin Warsaw is a classical pianist, teacher, accompanist, and composer, and has performed numerous solo and ensemble concerts throughout North America and Europe.  A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Benjamin holds a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree from the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York.  He completed his Doctorate of Musical Arts in Piano Performance at Boston University in May 2011.  Currently Benjamin is on the faculty at Armstrong State University as Assistant Professor where he teaches piano and theory and is Artistic Director of Piano in the Arts.  In 2015, Benjamin released his debut recording, “Warsaw plays Warsaw" featuring a cycle of 24 Preludes for piano solo.  Benjamin frequently performs in Savannah and Atlanta.

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