Pinkham, Heather

Heather Pinkham (b. 1989)

Heather Pinkham is a pianist, composer, and musicologist originally from California and residing in the Netherlands. She holds a Master of Music in Composition from Fontys Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Tilburg (where she studied with Anthony Fiumara), a Master of Arts degree in Cognitive Musicology from the University of Amsterdam, and a Bachelor of Arts double major in Music (piano performance and musicology) and Italian Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. During this time, she studied with Richard Taruskin, Nicholas Mathew, and Jacqueline Chew, among others. After graduating with her bachelor’s degree, Heather studied for two years privately with prominent Bay Area pianist, Diane Hidy.