Jerome Rose has served on many juries of major international piano competitions and has been teaching for over 50 years, presently serving on the faculty of the Mannes College The New School for Music in New York City. Mr. Rose
has also given masterclasses in major piano conservatories and institutions throughout the world.
Moscow Conservatory, Russia
Chopin Conservatory, Warsaw
Royal Academy, London
Hoschulen: Berlin, Cologne, Munich, Hannover, Weimar, Karlsruhe, Würzurg, Detmold, Germany
Toho School and Showa Academy, Tokyo, Japan
Shanghai and Beijing Conservatories, China
Royal Conservatory of Amsterdam & The Hague
Seoul National University, Korea
Yonsei University, Korea
Chopin - Warsaw
Liszt - Utrecht, Netherlands
Beethoven - Bonn, Germany
Busoni - Bolzano, Italy
Hamamatsu - Japan
Shanghai - China
Maria Canals - Barcelona, Spain
E-Competition - USA
Hilton Head - USA
Kosciuszko Foundation - USA
Piano Campus - Paris, France
ARD - Munich, Germany
Rina Sala Gallo - Italy
YPF - Netherlands
RNCM James Mottram - Manchester, UK
Chopin Golden Ring - Bled, Slovenia
École Normale, Paris, France
Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria
Mänttä Music Festival, Finland
Among his many activites, Jerome Rose was Founder and Director of the Romantics Festival in London, England in 1981. In 1986, he was the Founder and Director of the Liszt Centennial in Washington, D.C,
as well as the Artistic Director of the Schubert/Brahms Centennial at the Library of Congress in 1997.
From 1999 to the present, he went on to become Founder and Director of the International Keyboard Institute & Festival
in New York, which continues to the present time every July. Because of his vast experience, Mr. Rose has taught many of the finest young pianists in the world today.
Mr. Rose has also published "For the Young Virtuoso", a collection of four books published in China.
He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Music from the State University of New York for his lifetime achievement in music.
He is also featured giving lessons on Beethoven Sonatas on www.iplaythepiano.com
. Click the play triangle on the video below to watch an excerpt of a lesson given on Beethoven's "Pathétique" sonata.