Piano & Accompanying - Adjunct Professor
MUS 1001 Applied Piano
MUS 1025 Accompanying
MUS 5501 Graduate Applied Piano
Coordinator of Accompanying
M.M. in Piano Performance, University of South Carolina
B.M. in Piano Performance, Houghton College
Julie Runion holds a Master of Music in Piano Performance from the University of South Carolina and a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from Houghton College. At Houghton, where she was the Presidential Scholar, she performed Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major as soloist with the Houghton Philharmonia and also accompanied the College Choir and Madrigal Singers. She held a Graduate Assistantship in accompanying at USC, where she performed Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major with the USC Chamber Orchestra.
In addition to performing as soloist, she has performed with numerous vocalists, instrumentalists, and choirs, including the Arpad Darazs Singers of Columbia, South Carolina, with whom she was featured in a performance at the 1999 Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston. More recently she has collaborated in performances on the “Live from Hochstein” series on WXXI FM. She has also given a solo recital at St. Paul’s Cathedral’s Friends of Music at St. Paul’s series in Buffalo, NY. Her teachers and coaches have included Sylvia Glickman, Dolores Gadevsky, John Kenneth Adams, Scott Price, and Joseph Werner. At Roberts Wesleyan College, Mrs. Runion is an Adjunct Professor of Piano and Accompanying as well as Accompanist Coordinator.