The 47th Annual International Trumpet Guild Conference
Session: Reexamining the Repertoire: French Women Composers of Solo Trumpet Music at the Paris Conservatory. (With Elijah Denecke)
Galen Dean Peiskee, Jr. has established a multifaceted career as an accomplished chamber musician, soloist, orchestral pianist, accompanist, and vocal coach. He has performed all over the United States as well as throughout the world in Poland, Italy, Austria, Greece, Cuba and Bolivia. He is a member of the Emerald Trio, Young-Peiskee flute-piano duo, the Bold City Contemporary Ensemble, the Parlance Vocal Ensemble, and the Cerulean Trio, finalists in the 2016 Chesapeake Chamber Music Competition. Dean has performed as a soloist with the Brazos Chamber Orchestra multiple times, and was the pianist for the Singing Girls of Texas for 5 years. He made his Carnegie Hall debut in May 2017, performing music of Timothy Hoekman in Weill Recital Hall.
Dean earned a DM in collaborative piano at Florida State University where he also earned his MM in accompanying. Additionally, he acquired an Artist Diploma from Texas Christian University, where he earned his BM degree. His past teachers include Dr. Timothy Hoekman, Sandra Siler, John Owings, and Jose Feghali.