Dr. Adam Mahonske

Lecturer-Music Theory
Office Location: 
Murphy Fine Arts Center Rm. 329A

Dr. Adam Mahonske holds his DMA in piano from the University of Maryland as a student of Rita Sloan. He holds his Master's degree (with honors) in piano from Indiana University where he was a student of Menahem Pressler, founding pianist of the Beaux Arts Trio. He received his Bachelor's degree at the University of Toronto as a student of Pierre Souvairan. He has taught at University of Maryland (Baltimore County), the Baltimore School for the Arts, and is currently on the full time music faculty at Morgan State University teaching theory, aural skills, and recital coaching. He has appeared as pianist and chamber player in recitals in New York, Washington, Baltimore, Toronto, and Montreal, including concerts at the Kennedy Center, the Meyerhoff, the Phillips Collection, the National Gallery, the Roerich Museum, many Washington embassies, Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore Museum of Art, Res Musica, Baltimore Symphony, Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, Concert Artists of Baltimore, Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Gallery 409, St. John's Concert Series, the Park School, Ethel's Place, Peabody Conservatory, George Washington University, Catholic University, Towson State University, Villa Julie College and University of Maryland. He has collaborated with many of this region's finest musicians including recent concerts with the principal string players from the Baltimore Symphony. In the Fall of 2004, he was appointed the artistic director of the Baltimore based chamber music concert series, Music in the Great Hall. In the summer of 2010, he joined the Endless Mountain Music Festival. In the summer of 2013, he performed Ravel's Piano Concerto in G with the Endless Mountain Festival Orchestra at the Corning Museum of Glass.