Irene Peery-FoxProfessor

    Division: Keyboard Performance
    Position:
    Professor
    Office:
    E-433 HFAC
    Phone: 801-422-8759
    Email: irene_peery-fox@byu.edu

    Bio:
    Irene Peery-Fox received her doctoral degree from the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University, where she studied with Leon Fleisher. Before her doctoral work, she earned bachelor of music and master of science degrees from Juilliard, studying with Irwin Freudlich, Jeaneanne Dowis, and Ilona Kabos. She has also earned an ARCT degree from the Royal Conservatory of Toronto and a performing arts degree from the University of Alberta, Edmonton.

    Irene has won numerous piano contests; twice she won the International CBC Talent Festival Contest. She also won the Alaska Music Trails Concert Tour. She has received four Ford Foundation Grants, four Canada Council grants, an INCO grant, and five full-time Juilliard scholarships for piano study. Her many concerto appearances include performances with orchestras in Montreal, Toronto, Salt Lake City, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Victoria, Calgary, Provo, and Lethbridge. She has performed solo recitals in Canada, the United States (including Carnegie), and Europe, as well as chamber recitals at Carnegie Hall and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. She has also performed on radio and television on the NBC, CBC, and BBC networks.

    Irene was formerly a faculty member at the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University, Preparatory Division. Currently, she serves on the Brigham Young University piano faculty. Her students have been frequent prize winners in international, national, state, and local competitions. She is listed in the Canadian Dictionary of Music and Musicians and in the Outstanding Young Women of America.

    Education:
    DMA, Piano Performance, Peabody Conservatory of the John Hopkins University, 1987
    MS, Music, The Juilliard School, 1972
    BM, The Juilliard School, 1969
    Associate in Music, Pianoforte Performance, University of Alberta, 1965
    Associate of The Royal Conservatory of Toronto, The Royal Conservatory (Toronto), 1965

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