Quinlan Facey, from Dallas, Texas, is a pianist devoted to sharing
his love for music and his instrument at the highest level of quality and
passion. Quinlan first began his journey with classical piano at the age
of 6 in Massachusetts, studying with Albert Avadyeyev. From the Age of
12 and until his bachelor’s studies at the Eastman School of Music, he
learned under the guidance of Baya Kakouberi in Dallas.

At Eastman he studied under the great pianist and Van Cliburn
competition winner, Alexander Kobrin. Over the years, Quinlan has
had the opportunity to perform across the country and in Eu-
rope. Some notable performances include: Beethoven’s third Piano
Concerto in C Minor with the New York Concerti Sinfonietta at
Carnegie Hall, Mendelssohn’s first Piano Concerto with the New
Texas Symphony Orchestra, and various performances in Ragusa, Sicily
and the United States with the IBLA Grand Prize foundation. Some
notable awards also include: First prize at the Nashville International
Piano Competition and IBLA Grand Prize competition Top Prize and
Prokofiev special mention.

Quinlan is also a recipient of the prestigious Texas Young Masters
grant and a frequent collaborator with the Blue Candlelight Music
Series in Dallas. He currently is pursuing his doctoral degree in piano
performance at Boston University under the guidance of Professor
Pavel Nersessian.