Lindsay is a native of Utah. She began her musical studies at the age of six. Her teachers include Dr. Douglas Humpherys, and Dr. Paul Pollei, at Brigham Young University. Following her university studies, she was on scholarship for five years to study with the world-renowned pianist/composer Dr. Seymour Bernstein in New York City. Lindsay has given recitals in North and South America. She was a prizewinner in the Utah Collegiate Piano Competition and a finalist in the Leschetizky International Piano Competition in New York City.
As a teacher Lindsay has given master classes throughout North America. She has developed and maintained an active teaching studio where her students have received many awards and recognitions such as prize winners in the Bartok-Kabalevsky-Prokofiev International Piano Competition (VA), prizes in the New Jersey Music Teachers Association State Competition, and the East Brunswick Young Musicians prize winners, as well as first place in the Ohio Music Teachers Association ensemble competition. She was awarded a masters in piano performance at the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati where she studied with renowned pianist and teacher, Elisabeth Pridonoff.

She is currently pursuing her PhD in Music Theory at the School of Music of the University of Kentucky. Her area of interest and research are women studies in music and performance, theory of performance, vocal coaching, and collaborative piano performance.

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Javier has performed in many prestigious concert series across the United States, South America and Europe performing with orchestras, in solo recitals and chamber music. In 1994 he was privileged to perform on Vladimir Horowitz's piano featuring the famed pianist's instrument, organized by Steinway and Sons and Daynes Music Co. He was artist in residence of the Utah Arts Council Performing Arts Tour. In honor of Hispanic Heritage month, he was the soloist for the Opening gala of the Symphony of the Americas in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. He also appeared as soloist with the Fairfield Symphony Orchestra, James Madison University Symphony Orchestra, Rosario State Philharmonic, and Rosario Chamber Orchestra. He has appeared in solo recitals in prestigious series such as, Palm Beach Invitational International Piano Competition, Broward Performing Arts Center in Ft. Lauderdale, Rutgers University Nicholas Music Center, DiCapo Opera Theater (NYC), Temple Square Concert Series in Salt Lake City, Xavier University Piano Series in Cincinnati. A consistent prizewinner, he has both participated and won prizes in the Los Angeles Franz Liszt International Piano Competition, International Utah Mozart Festival, Palm Beach Invitational International Piano Competition. Javier was named the official representative of Argentina by the office of the president in the 5th Franz Liszt International Competition in Utrech, The Netherlands. Javier was born in Rosario, Argentina, and was invited to the United States on full scholarship to attend Brigham Young University. His graduate studies have taken place at the College Conservatory of Music of the University of Cincinnati. He studied piano with Roberto Caamano, Dr. Paul Pollei, Dr. Seymour Bernstein, Prof. Eugene and Elisabeth Pridonoff, and Mr. James Tocco.

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Teatro El CirculoJavier Clavere will be performing a solo recital at the Werner Concert Hall at the College-Conservatory of Music, Wednesday October 29th at 8:30 PM. The program includes a compilation of music from Latin America. This fun program will include a Sonatina by Carlos Guastavino, Three Pieces for Piano Solo by Alberto Ginastera, Tangos by Juan Jose Castro, a Tango Rhapsody by Astor Piazzolla, and a set of Brazilian music by Ernesto Nazareth, and Andre Abreu.... A program of fun and lively music....

Gershwin and the Semiosis of Piano Transcriptions, Javier will offer in March a Lecture-Recital at CCM Directions. The lecture will include a definition and explanation of the process of semiosis in piano transcriptions, particularly as they cross from one medium (classical music) to another (jazz). All seven etudes for piano by Earl Wild, based of Songs by Gershwin will be analyzed and performed, together with a media presentation, including video, and rare footage...