Stephanie McCallum

Stephanie McCallum is known for her work on 19th century French pianist and composer Charles-Valentin Alkan (‘awe-inspiring’, ‘virtuosic pianism of the highest calibre’, ‘one of the glories of Australian pianism’), and for championing unusual, new and Australian repertoire. An Associate Professor at Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney, Stephanie has performed internationally in recital, as soloist with major Australian orchestras, and with AustraLYSIS, Sydney Alpha Ensemble, ELISION, Australia Ensemble and the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Recent concerts include four hands on historic instruments with Dr Erin Helyard. Her discography ranges through Liszt, Weber, Magnard, Xenakis and premier recordings of newly transcribed Beethoven, Alkan, Ropartz, and Australians Agnew and Kats-Chernin.