Jack H Winerock
- Chancellor's Club Professor of Piano
Murphy Hall, room #308
Winerock has achieved national and international acclaim as a performer, teacher, and lecturer. Educated at Juilliard and the University of Michigan, he received Second Prize in the International Bach Competition and made his orchestral debut with the National Symphony at the Kennedy Center and his New York solo debut at Lincoln Center. He annually performs and offers master classes throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia.
My research activities are primarily in prepare solo recitals, chamber music, concertos, and lecture-recitals. Topics covered include new approaches to traditional repertoire from Bach to Prokofieff, preparing new works written in the 20th and 21st centuries, and discovering and preparing nineteenth century American works that are not well known. 90% of the solo recitals I perform include one or more works that I have identified over the past 40 years. I am also interested in and have expertise in helping pianists with hand injuries.
- solo recitals, chamber music, concertos, and lecture-recitals
My teaching responsibilities are to teach piano to undergraduate and graduate majors and to prepare the students for careers in performance and teaching.
- master classes, competition juror, assisting piano students that have injuries,
University recruiting and administrative duties are primary. I also present concerts in public schools, private homes, and assisted living facilities.