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Kaitlin Lalmond

Wisconsin native, Kaitlin Lalmond, has been playing piano since she was four years old. At age 14, she received 2nd place in the AACS (American Association of Christian Schools) National Piano Competition. In 2016, Kaitlin was selected as one of four winners of the Master Works Festival Concerto Competition and performed the first movement of Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto with the Master Works Festival Orchestra. Later in the year, she was selected to perform the first movement of the concerto with the University Symphony Orchestra in Ted Mann Concert Hall. Other recent prizes include Marvin O. Mechelke II Scholarship Competition (1st place), Thursday Musical Young Artists Scholarship Competition (1st place tie), Schubert Club Scholarship Competition (Honorable Mention), and more. She has also participated in master classes with artists including Joyce Yang, Arthur Greene, Douglas Humphreys, and Steven Mayer.

Kaitlin received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, where she studied with Distinguished McKnight Professor Lydia Artymiw. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree at the University of Texas at Austin under the guidance of Anton Nel.

Now in Austin, Kaitlin is a sought-after teacher with students, ages five to adult. She has taught privately at the University of Texas as well as her independent studio. Kaitlin is also actively involved in the UT collegiate chapter of Music Teachers Nastional Association and traveled to Spokane, Washington, to give a presentation at the MTNA 2019 National Conference.