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|Education||Brandeis University (BA)|
Indiana University (MM)
New England Conservatory of Music
Brandeis University (PhD)
Professor of Music, Dartmouth College
Pianist-in-residence, Hopkins Center for the Arts
Sally Pinkas is a pianist, born and raised in Israel. She is Professor of Music at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, and pianist-in-residence of the Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth.
Early life and education
Pinkas moved to the United States as a teenager to study piano. She studied at Indiana University and the New England Conservatory of Music, and earned her Ph.D. in Composition and Theory from Brandeis University. She made her debut in London in 1983.
She explores contemporary music as well as the traditional repertoire, including chamber music. She performs with her husband Evan Hirsch as the Hirsch-Pinkas Piano Duo. Pinkas has released a number of solo and duo recordings. Her recording of Fauré's Thirteen Nocturnes was named one of the 2002's best CDs by The Boston Globe. American composers Daniel Pinkham and George Rochberg wrote duo piano works for the Hirsch-Pinkas Duo.