Joseph hauer, piano
A native of Wisconsin, pianist Joseph Hauer is Artistic Director of the Fox River Chamber
Fest. He is also piano faculty at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music and Artist-in-Residence at
the Apollo Music Festival. This August, he joined the Windsong Chamber Players of Lake
Luzerne, NY, for their first season of chamber music concerts.
Joseph has performed at venues and series across the country, including the Kennedy
Center, Avram Theater, NYU’S Frederick Loewe Theatre, Young Masters Recital Series (New
York), Freeport Community Concert Association, Greaves Concert Hall (Northern Kentucky
University), Britton Recital Hall (Ann Arbor), Overture Hall (Madison), the Fox Cities Performing
Arts Center (Appleton), Sitka Performing Arts Center, and Richard H. Allen Memorial Hall
(Odess Theater, Sitka). He has soloed with the Madison Symphony Orchestra, Wisconsin
Chamber Orchestra, Fox Valley Symphony, and Oberlin Orchestra. His performances were
broadcast on Television and Radio Stations in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Joseph served on the Adjunct Faculty at NYU Steinhardt, where he also completed a
Master’s Degree in Piano Performance with Eteri Andjaparidze. He received a Bachelor's
degree in piano performance from Oberlin Conservatory with Peter Takács. While living in New
York City, he was a Piano Accompanist at NYU Steinhardt, Brooklyn College, and the Lucy
Moses School, and spent the summer of 2016 as Piano Accompanist Assistant at the Sitka Fine
Arts Camp. Although he concertized widely as a piano soloist and chamber musician, he
studied violin for ten years and held a position in the Fox Valley Symphony for two years. When
he is not engaged in classical music, he enjoys biking and improvising jazz.