Stanley DeLage

Music Theory, Piano

Lesson Fees
from $45.00 / 30 Minutes


Pianist Stanley DeLage is a native of Tinton Falls, New Jersey, where he began his piano studies at age five, and made his recital debut at the age of 13. He has been a prize winner of numerous national and international piano competitions including, MTNA State and Eastern divisions; The Osaka International Competition in Japan; and the International Chopin Competition of Hartford, Connecticut, where he was awarded first prize in 2015. Notable performances include concerts at Steinway Hall and Weill Recital Hall in New York City, as well as chamber and solo performances at the Northern Lights Music Festival and the Vienna Summer Music Festival. He has debuted works of living composers including chamber and four hand piano works by the American composer Michael Polo. Mr. DeLage holds degrees from Rowan University (B.M.) and Peabody Conservatory (M.M.) where he studied with Veda Zuponcic and Alexander Shtarkman, respectively. Other teachers include Thomas Schumacher, Douglas Humpherys, and Alan Chow. Currently an adjunct faculty member at Rowan University, Mr. DeLage frequently gives collaborative and solo recitals, and is a sought-after chamber musician. 



Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ— B.M Piano Performance

September 2010-May 2014


Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore, MD — M.M. Piano Performance

 September 2014- May 2016



2011NJMTA Competition 3rd Prize

2012 NJMTA honorable Mention

2012 NJMTA Masterclass Winner

2012 MTNA Young Artist 1st Prize NJ State Round

2012 MTNA Young Artist Eastern Division Second Prize

2012 Prima Young Artist Gold Prize

2013 International Chopin Competition Hartford Ct. Finalist and honorable Mention

2013 International Osaka Competition Finalist,"Espoir Prize" Osaka Japan

2014 Jacobs Steinway Award, Rowan University

2015 International Chopin Competition Hartford Ct., 1st Prize

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