San Francisco-based pianist Allegra Chapman is an omnivorous soloist and chamber musician, adventurous curator, and passionate educator. Her performances have been described as "fervid but impeccably controlled" by the San Francisco Chronicle and "brilliant" by San Francisco Classical Voice. She is a member of the award-winning Delphi Trio with violinist Liana Bérubél and cellist Tanya Tomkins, and of the voice and piano duo Chordless with soprano Sara LeMesh. As a presenter, Allegra is the founding co-artistic director and executive director of the critically acclaimed festival Bard Music West, a San Francisco-based branch of the Bard Music Festival. She is on faculty at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music's Pre-College division.

Allegra has performed internationally as soloist and chamber musician at venues including Alice Tully Hall, San Francisco Jazz Center, and Xi'an Concert Hall. She particularly enjoys collaborating in multidisciplinary projects and has worked with renowned choreographer Pam Tanowitz and soloed with the Charles and Moulton Dance Company. Her music video with Chordless, The Night in Silence, won the Best Music Video award at the 2020 Tokyo International Short Film Festival and screened at four other film festivals in 2020. Allegra studied with Jeremy Denk and Peter Serkin at the Bard College Conservatory, with Seymour Lipkin and Julian Martin at The Juilliard School, and with Sharon Mann at San Francisco Conservatory of Music.

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