A native of Niagara Falls, Canada of Hungarian-German descent, Jane Solose leads an active career as a featured concerto soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, duo pianist, and master teacher. Her performances have taken
her to Austria, Hungary, Japan, Korea, Canada, and around the U.S. She is a past winner of the CBC Radio Music National Competition in Canada and received special commendation at the International Vienna Modern Masters
Performers Recording Award Competition. Solose has recorded for Capstone Records, Living Artist Recordings, CBC National Radio, and National Public Radio in the Midwest, and has been published in the journals 20th
Century Music and Clavier. She performed solo works by Liszt at the 2005 Great Romantics Festival in Canada and at the American Liszt Society 2006 Festival. Duo Solose, a duo-piano collaboration with her sister Kathleen,
perform to enthusiastic ovations. Dr. Solose is currently an Associate Professor of Piano at the Conservatory of Music and Dance, University of Missouri – Kansas City.
The Solose Sisters
The Solose Sisters, born in Canada of Swabian-Hungarian parents, perform regularly in Canada and the United States to enthusiastic ovations. Both accomplished soloists, they embrace the most challenging duo and duet literature with ease, continuing a collaboration that began as children. As a duo, they have been invited to perform for the Eastman School of Music Summer Series, the Prairie New Music Festival and the 1996 International Music Conference celebrating the Austrian Millennium in Ottawa. Their recitals have been broadcast on CBC Radio Canada.