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Julie Runion

Piano

Roberts Wesleyan — Adjunct Professor of Piano, Accompanying, and Piano Pedagogy
CSSM faculty since 2011

MM (University of South Carolina), BMus (Houghton College)

Julie Runion is Adjunct Professor of piano, accompanying, and piano pedagogy at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, NY. She holds a Master of Music in Piano Performance degree from the University of South Carolina and a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from Houghton College.

As a collaborative pianist, Julie enjoys performing with both student and professional singers and instrumentalists, in a variety of chamber ensembles. She has performed at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, SC, on WXXI’s Live from Hochstein series in Rochester, on the Friends of Music series at St. Paul’s Cathedral in Buffalo, and as a member of the Rochester Morning Musicale Society. She has played numerous recitals throughout New York, South Carolina, and Pennsylvania.

In addition to teaching at Roberts Wesleyan College, Julie is on the faculty at the Csehy Summer School of Music in Houghton, NY and enjoys maintaining a private studio in her home. Julie’s teachers include Joseph Werner, Scott Price, John Kenneth Adams, Dolores Gadevsky, and Sylvia Glickman. Julie and her husband Eric have three children, Jonathan, Catharine, and Elizabeth.