Korevaar is Associate Professor of Piano at the University
of Colorado. In addition to his activities with Clavier Trio,
he is a member of the Boulder Piano Quartet. Korevaar performs
as soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States and
teaches and performs in Japan annually.
recordings include solo music by Bach, Dohnányi, Brahms,
Ravel, Liebermann and others. David Korevaar began piano studies
at age six in San Diego with Sherman Storr, and at age 13 became
a student of American virtuoso Earl Wild.
20, he had earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees
from Juilliard, where he continued with Earl Wild and studied
composition with David Diamond. For a number of years, he worked
with the French pianist Paul Doguereau. He completed his doctorate
at Juilliard under Abbey Simon and received the Richard French
award for his dissertation on Ravel’s Miroirs.