Theory & Skills (College)
Harpsichordist Jocelyn Stewart has had a varied career as soloist and chamber and orchestral performer. She has toured as concerto soloist and continuo player throughout South America; performed as soloist and with chamber groups on series in many U.S. cities, including Washington, Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Baltimore, and Detroit; and has performed in Holland numerous times. In New York, Ms. Stewart has performed on the premier early music series Music Before 1800 and as soloist and in ensembles at Weill Recital Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, and Miller Theater.
As a baroque specialist Ms. Stewart has presented lecture recitals at national meetings of the American Musicological Society, the Southeastern and Midwestern Historical Keyboard Societies, the American Recorder Society, and the Bach-Schütz Society. She presented baroque chamber music to New York City schoolchildren over the course of one year through the Young Audiences program and gives workshops in harpsichord and baroque performance practice to various age groups and levels.
In addition to teaching harpsichord to pianists and organists at Manhattan School of Music, Ms. Stewart is on the faculty at Teachers College, Columbia University and formerly directed the harpsichord department of the Precollege Division at Manhattan School of Music.