William Davidson, piano
William Davidson was born in Rockland, Michigan and began piano lessons at the age of nine. He was the winner of the 2015 Pittsburgh Concert Society Competition, and a semifinalist-prize winner in the 2017 Virginia Waring International Piano Competition. He is also the recipient of many scholarships and grants, including the Keynote, ASCAP Foundation Michael Masser, and Guy D. & Mary Edith Halladay music scholarships, as well as the Homer Wickline and Conrad Seamen grant. In addition to performing, he is currently a faculty member of the Carnegie Mellon University Preparatory School and the Ellis School in Pittsburgh. Mr. Davidson holds a Bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University, where he studied with Silvia Roederer, and a Master’s degree and a Postgraduate certificate from Carnegie Mellon University, where he studied with Sergey Schepkin.
Photo credit: Alisa Garin