Pennsylvania native, Abigail Eagleson is a collaborative pianist and mezzo-soprano. Abigail holds a Masters of Music in Collaborative Piano degree from Carnegie Mellon University, as well as a B.A. in Music (Voice and Piano) from Elizabethtown College.
During her various studies she has performed frequently in recitals, both as a soloist and as a collaborator. At Elizabethtown College she was frequently a featured choral soloist, was the winner of the Elizabethtown College Concerto Contest, and studied piano pedagogy with a recipient of PMTA’s Teacher of the Year Award. Abigail is also a member of the National Music Honor Society Pi Kappa Lambda.
Miss Eagleson is active in Pittsburgh as a vocalist, collaborative pianist, and teacher. She is currently a pianist and assistant conductor with the Pittsburgh School for the Choral Arts, and is a member of the Shadyside Presbyterian Chancel Choir. She enjoys performing with various Pittsburgh based musicians, such as Lauren-Rose King, Meghan DeWald Althouse, and Scott Cuva. She has appeared in the Music for Midsummer Nights series at Shadyside Presbyterian Church, collaborating with Mezzo-Soprano Kara Cornell. Miss Eagleson can also be found collaborating with vocalists and instrumentalists from Carnegie Mellon University in a variety of settings.
Abigail also enjoys working as a pianist and music director with various musical theatre productions, performing new works by young composers, and serving on the piano faculty at Elizabethtown College’s summer music camp.
We are delighted to have Abigail working as our Studio Collaborator accompanying our “Studio Singers” performances and collaborating with students on recital performances.