Canadian pianist Janice Fehlauer holds degrees in music from the University of British Columbia and the University of North Texas. She was the gold medalist at the Nena Wideman International Piano Competition, and the winner of the University of North Texas Concerto Competition. Recent appearances as piano soloist in the USA include performances with the symphony orchestras of North Florida, Meridian, Mississippi, Lewisville Lake, and UNT, and in Canada with the symphonies of the Fraser Valley and Chilliwack Metropolitan. Janice has also performed solo recitals in Washington, D.C. and in Chicago as well as in Louisiana, Texas, and British Columbia. She has served as a repetiteur and assistant to the chorus master for The Dallas Opera, Fort Worth Opera, UNT Opera, the Houston Symphony Chorus, and the American Institute of Musical Studies in Austria. As a vocal collaborator, she recently played for the debut performance of Concurrence Recital Artists in Boston. Janice recently earned her doctoral degree at the University of Houston.