Peruvian pianist Priscila Navarro is a prize winner of several international competitions, including the International City of Vigo Competition in Spain, Liszt-Garritson International Competition, and the Bach Competition in Leipzig. Priscila performs in a piano duo with Michael Baron, releasing their first album with MSR Classics to rave reviews followed by a Carnegie Hall premiere concert, where she had previously made her solo recital debut in 2013. Priscila is a passionate advocate for Latin American music, creating a piano method based on Peruvian folk music, and receiving a grant to perform a program of music by Peruvian composer Jimmy Lopez and Cuban American composer Tania Leon in 2023. She recently made her Kennedy Center debut with a sold-out concert organized by the Peruvian and Ecuadorean embassies. Priscila holds a DMA in piano performance and pedagogy from the Frost School of Music, where she also completed her MM and received an Artist Diploma. She is the Artistic Director of the Parnassus Music Society, an organization that provides high-quality musical events throughout Peru and South America. This fall, she will join the faculty at Whitworth University as Director of Keyboard Studies. Priscila is a winner of the 2023 Astral National Competition.