Contract Faculty, Collaborative Pianist; Coordinator of Collaborative Piano
BME, Heidelberg College; MM, University of Cincinnati
Constance Chesebrough is a collaborative pianist and an adjunct instructor of piano for the Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance at Plymouth State University. She received a Bachelor of Music Education degree with honors from Heidelberg College in Tiffin, Ohio, and a Master of Music degree in piano performance from the University of Cincinnati, where she studied piano with John Meretta and Richard Morris, and harpsichord with Eiji Hashimoto.
Ms. Chesebrough has performed in master classes for John Wustman and Martin Isepp. She has collaborated with numerous guest artists, faculty and students in recital at Plymouth State University. As a soloist and chamber artist, she has performed throughout New England, with concerts at the Rockport Art Association in Rockport, Mass., the Beauport Museum in Gloucester, Mass., and the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, N.H. She is known for her work in musical theatre both at Plymouth State and as music director for the North Country Center for the Arts in Lincoln, N.H. Ms. Chesebrough serves as President Elect of the New Hampshire Music Teachers Association and received the Sr. Anita Marchesseault Teacher-Member Award for the year 2000.