Margaret Kampmeier, piano, enjoys a varied career as soloist, collaborative artist and educator. She s equally fluent in classical and contemporary repertoire, and has concertized and recorded extensively and premiered hundreds of works.
A founding member of the Naumburg award-winning New Millennium Ensemble, Ms. Kampmeier performs regularly with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and Orchestra of St. Luke’s.
She has appeared with the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic, New York Philharmonic Ensembles, Metropolitan Opera Chamber
Ensemble, Kronos Quartet, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln
Center and the Mirror Visions Ensemble.
As a recording artist, Ms. Kampmeier can be heard on the Albany, Centaur, CRI, Koch, Nonesuch, Bridge and Deutsche Gramophon labels.
A dedicated educator, Ms. Kampmeier teaches piano at Princeton
University and is Chair and Artistic Director of the Contemporary
Performance Program at the Manhattan School of Music.
She has given lecture recitals on a wide range of topics including preludes and fugues through the ages, contemporary techniques, and the music of women composers.