Kelsey Carlisle

Kelsey Carlisle

Kelsey Carlisle is an award-winning pianist and avid performer of classical, blues, and jazz music on piano. His blues career has allowed him to perform and learn alongside award-winning musicians like Bob Margolin, Victor Wainwright, and Christone Ingram, and he has been praised for his authentic, intricate, loving, and exciting interpretations of 20th-century American music. Kelsey is an undergraduate Piano Performance major at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and is Professor of Piano and Jazz Studies at the Maurice Duruflé Academy of Music, where he teaches private lessons and coaches students specifically on jazz, blues, and modern American music.

Articles by Kelsey Carlisle:

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The Reynolda Quartet and Bonnie Thron Turn Great Suffering into Great Art

Chamber Music, Instrumental Ensemble Review by Kelsey Carlisle,  November 21, 2021

With the GSO, Matthew Morrison Tackles His Biggest Role Yet: Himself

Musical Theatre, Orchestral Music, Vocal Music Review by Kelsey Carlisle,  November 6, 2021

The United Strings of Color Give a Family-Friendly Introduction to African Storytelling

Chamber Music, Storyteller, Visual Art, World Music Review by Kelsey Carlisle,  October 16, 2021

Louise Toppin Brings the African Diaspora to the Concert Stage

Recital Review by Kelsey Carlisle,  September 23, 2021