Professor of Piano
Jack Winerock, a native of New York City,
received his undergraduate and masters degree at the
Julliard School of Music and his doctorate from the University
of Michigan. He has performed all over the world, from
Paraguay to Poland. A noted teacher, he has recently
received a Kemper
Award. More information is available on his departmental
webpage at: http://www.ku.edu/~kupiano/winerock.html.
Note: Dr. Winerock is on sabbatical for
the Spring 2004 semester.
Jack Winerock has recorded the Three
Keyboard Sonatas by Alexander Reinagle (teacher of
George Washington's children) for the Musical Heritage
Society (MHS 3359) and the Concerto for Piano and Winds
by Stravinsky for Golden Crest Records.
"His powerful hands and resourceful
technique are directed by a long-sighted view that encompassed
the whole work." - London Times
"A complete virtuoso and an intelligent."
- Brussels Le Soir
"A polished, extraordinarily sensitive
arstist." - Vienna Zeitung
"A performance of expressive refinement
and rare delicacy." - New York Times
"Highly original, individual, and
tremendously impressive." - The Washington Post