top of page

I am a classical pianist driven by an earnest pursuit of human connection. My journey began with the music of Disney and has continued through the standard classical repertoire to new works by today’s most compelling musical voices. My artistic mission is to expand the concert stage by illuminating the dark corners of classical music’s past where the work of female composers and composers of color is too often shelved. I am committed to guiding audiences towards classical music's more inclusive future by commissioning and performing new works by living composers alongside my favorite works from the past. I make music for everyone, from those who don’t think they like classical music to aficionados; I make music for everyone, because I believe classical music is for everyone.


An artistic tour de force from pianist Clare Longendyke. With creative skill, vision, and boldness, Clare Longendyke invites us into the world of Debussy, Amy Williams, and Anthony R. Green.

"Clare Longendyke is an exceptional musician, but she's also a conceptualist of originality and imagination, something borne out wonderfully by her solo piano debut album, ...of dreams unveiled."

Ron Schepper, Textura

Upcoming Performance.png

MAY 12 AT 1:30 P.M.

Florence Price Piano Concerto

Rose-Hulman Symphony Orchestra

Norm Hanson, conductor

Hatfield Hall Theater

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

5500 Wabash Avenue, Terre Haute, Indiana

JUNE 9 AT 4:00 P.M.


Music by Robert and Clara Schumann, Debussy, Amy Beach, Amy Williams, and Anthony R. Green 

Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation

6501 N Meridian St, Indianapolis, Indiana

JUNE 30 AT 7:00 P.M.

I, too, sing America

A solo piano recital to celebrate the July 4th holiday!

Bean Blossom Music Series

St. David's Episcopal Church

11 West State Road 45
(at the intersection of SR 45 and SR 135N)

Group 9.png

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Youtube

Thank you for subscribing!

bottom of page