Pianist Adam Haas has been teaching at the Colorado Springs Conservatory since August 2017 and taught previously at Ouachita Baptist University and the University of Colorado, Boulder.
He completed his DMA in piano performance at the University of Colorado where he was a graduate teaching assistant for three years.
Dr. Haas has performed with the New York Concerti Sinfonietta, the Loveland Orchestra, and the Colorado State University Orchestra, and has presented lectures at numerous national and state conferences.
He has performed throughout the United States both as a soloist and chamber pianist, having collaborated with trombonists Tom Burge and Justin Isenhour, flutists Tadeu Coelho, John Barcellona, and Kristin Grant, the Anasazi String Quartet, and the Chinook Winds, among others.
Dr. Haas has also received degrees from Indiana University and Colorado State University, and he has studied and performed at the Aspen Music Festival and the New Orleans Piano Institute.
His teachers include Andrew Cooperstock, Edward Auer, Janet Landreth, Anton Nel, and Alan Chow.
In addition to teaching and playing the piano, Dr. Haas enjoys playing the organ, being in the great Colorado outdoors, and spending time with family.
“There are so many things I love about working at the Conservatory, but I would say getting to work with young students every day has to be up there at the top. It is such a joy to witness a student’s aha moment, or see them grow in confidence, or celebrate their successes with them. My job as a mentor at the Conservatory is much more than just teaching my students how to be a good musician; I get to help them grow in confidence, learn the importance of hard work, and discover the wonderful world of musical expression and how it can feed the soul. At the Conservatory we have the opportunity to impact these young lives in such a positive way and I count it as a privilege and joy to be a part of that.” -Dr. Adam Haas