Philadelphia-based pianist James Anemone is admired for his sensitive playing and thoughtful interpretations. He has given performances across the United States, giving performances at Carnegie Hall in New York, The Academy of Music Ballroom in Philadelphia, Roussel Hall in New Orleans, LA, Carl and Lily Pjrozheimer Hall in New York, and the Madeleine Wing Adler Theatre in West Chester, PA.
His students have performed in recitals and masterclasses at Ware Recital Hall at West Chester University, Taylors Music, Jacobs Music, and Rock Hall at Temple University. His students have won prizes at Little Mozarts Competition, and received “Superior” and “Excellent” grades at the Dorothy Sutton Performance Festival and Constance Murray Piano Festival.
James Anemone received his undergraduate degree in Piano Performance with a minor in Music History from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, graduating summa cum laude. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Piano Performance at Temple University. His primary teachers include Candace Chien, Igor Resnianski, and Ching-Yun Hu.