Music Faculty Database
Arts & Sciences
Duke University

 HOME > Arts & Sciences > Music > Faculty    Search Help Login pdf version printable version 

Jane HawkinsJane Hawkins

Title: Director of Performance and Professor of the Practice of Music (piano)
Office Location: 067 Mary Duke Biddle
Office Phone: (919) 660-3321
Email Address:


  • A.R.C.M Royal College of Music, London, England , 1971
  • L.R.A.M. Graduation with Distinction, Royal Academy of Music, London, England, 1971

Selected Professional Work:



  •  Melancholie.  Albany Records, 2003 . (with Ciompi Quartet of Duke University)
  •  Fairy Scenes: Music of Robert and Clara Schumann.  Centaur CRC-2581, 2002 . (with Jonathan Bagg, viola)
  •  Fiddler's Galaxy.  Albany Records TROY 407, 2000 . (with Sarah Johnson, violin)
  •  Music of Mark Kuss.  Gasparo GSCD-337, 2000 . (with Ciompi Quartet of Duke University)
  •  Donald Wheelock: 3 Sonatas.  Gasparo GSCD-316, 1998 . (with Jonathan Bagg, viola)
  •  Robert Fuchs: Phantasiestucke, Sonata, Trio.  Centaur CRC-2278, 1996 . (with Jonathan Bagg, viola, and Fritz Gearhart, violin)
  •  Chamber Music of Robert Ward.  Albany Records, 1982 . (with Mallarme Chamber Players)
  •  The Music of Robert Ward.  Bay Cities, 1980 . (with St. Stephens Chanber Orchestra)


  • Performances, Nelson Music Room, Duke University, December 02, 2011
    Faculty Recital with Jonathan Bagg
  • Performances, Hill Hall Auditorium, UNC Department of Music, Chapel Hill, October 04, 2011
    Chamber Music Recital with Donald Oehler, clarinet and Jonathan Bagg, viola
  • Performances, Sarah Duke Gardens, Duke University, July 22, 2011
    Piano Trio concert with Fred Raimi, cello and Eric Pritchard, violin.
  • Performances, Nelson Music Room, Duke University, March 18, 2011
    Faculty Recital with Susan Fancher, saxophone
  • Concert, Weymouth Center, Southern Pines, NC, 2008
    with Richard Luby, violin

   Other Activities:
  • International Master Class Series, Duke University, 2000 - 2004
    Developed idea for series of master classes given by international artists performing on the Duke Artist Series. Gained funding and organized 3 seasons of classes, bringing to the Music Department artists of the stature of Renee Fleming, and Christopher Parkening. Gained University funding to extend the classes into 2004-05.The series is now a regular offering of the Music Department and funded by a grant from the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation.

Curriculum Vitae

Duke University * Arts & Sciences * Music * Faculty * Staff * Lib * Grad * Reload * Login