Pianist, conductor, and vocalist Jacinth Greywoode enjoys performing as soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States and abroad in Europe and South America. Hailed as a natural talent with “aggressive, innate musicality,” Jacinth received a Certificate in Collaborative Piano Performance from Princeton University in 2012 after spending the summer of 2011 touring Bolivia as artist-in-residence with La Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil of Santa Cruz de la Sierra. As pianist, Jacinth performs with musicians and bands throughout the Tri-state area and accompanies for large ensemble rehearsals and concerts. He has conducted several choirs and vocal ensembles in New York and New Jersey and currently sings with both KHORIKOS Ensemble and the Central Presbyterian Chorale.
Teachers include Barbara Shinn and Francine Kay (piano), with coachings and masterclasses from Serena Canin and the Brentano String Quartet, the Hagen Quartet, James Jordan, and Marni Nixon.