Dr. Taylor is an Associate Professor of Piano and Keyboard Area Coordinator at Waldorf University (an All-Steinway School). She is also the coordinator for the Waldorf Community Artist Series and faculty advisor to the Zeta Lambda Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon Professional Music Fraternity.
Watch Dr. Kristin Jónína Taylor perform “Norwegian Dances” by Edvard Grieg:
Dr. Kristín Jónína Taylor is an Icelandic-American pianist who has been enthusiastically received for her performances of Nordic piano works. She has performed widely in the U.S. as well as in Iceland, France, the Czech Republic, Serbia, Belgium, Sweden, and Austria. Dr. Taylor was the Grand Prize Winner of the Naftzger Young Artist Competition and a national finalist in the MTNA Collegiate Competition. She was a soloist with several orchestras and also was featured in the internationally prestigious Reykjavík Arts Festival.
Kristín was the recipient of two Fulbright grants to Iceland. This resulted in three CD releases: The Well-Tempered Pianist: The solo piano works of Thorkell Sigurbjörnsson (Iceland Music Information Centre); a self-titled album released by Pólarfónía Records; and Thorkell Sigurbjörnsson: Short Stories for Flute and Piano (Smekkleysa Records).
Kristín Jónína Taylor is a Steinway Artist. Learn more on her website: kristinjoninataylor.com.