Dylan Savage

Associate Professor of Piano
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Dylan Savage is a Bosendorfer Concert Artist, a Capstone Records Recording Artist, and a winner of the Rome Festival Orchestra Competition. He is a co-author of the piano pedagogy book, A Symposium for Pianists and Teachers: Strategies to Develop the Mind and Body for Optimal Performance, on Heritage Music Press and writer of many articles found in Clavier, Pianoforte, and American Music Teacher magazines.

Savage's research in the areas of biomechanics at the keyboard and entrepreneurship for musicians has resulted in masterclasses and lectures at the top music schools in the country and numerous national conferences.  His work has been featured in television spots on PBS and NBC affiliates. He has music degrees from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music (B.M.) and the Indiana University School of Music (MM, DM). 

When not involved in some aspect of music he can be found 'dancing' down black diamond ski runs, hiking the Smokies, or paddling a canoe on a remote lake.