Judith Gordon (piano) gave her New York recital debut at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Introductions series in 1990, and was the Boston Globe 1997 Musician of the Year. As soloist with ensembles including the Boston Pops, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Collage New Music, and Boston Modern Orchestra Project, she has explored repertory from Beethoven, Schumann, and Rachmaninoff to Berg, Cage, and Boulez. She has collaborated with an exceptionally wide variety of instrumentalists and singers. Composers with whom she has worked closely in recent years are John Harbison, Lee Hyla, Peter Lieberson, James Matheson and James Primosch. Recent seasons have featured performances at Bard Summerscape and Bennington Chamber Music Conference, concerts at Lincoln Center, Celebrity Series Boston, Sunday Chatter Albuquerque, and Dilijan Concerts in Los Angeles. Gordon is a graduate of New England Conservatory, where she was awarded an Outstanding Alumni award in 2009, and currently teaches piano and chamber music at Smith College. She is a consulting director at Music from Salem.