Matthew Kiple earned his Bachelor of Music Degree in Piano at Westminster Choir College, and his Master of Music Degree in Piano Performance at Temple University’s Boyer College of Music. He studied with Dr. James Goldsworthy and Dr. Charles Abramovic. As a graduate student, Matt served as a teaching assistant in the keyboard department and provided instruction to undergraduate music students. He was also listed in the 2014 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
Some of Matt’s performance highlights include solo and ensemble recitals at the Burlington County Community Art’s Foundation, and a solo recital at the 3rd World Piano Conference in Novi Sad, Serbia. He has given solo performances to benefit the Princeton Arts Council, and he was a finalist in the first Princeton Festival Piano Competition. He also performed in master classes at the International Keyboard Institute and Festival in New York City.
Matt is currently a doctoral student pursuing a PhD in Music Theory at Temple University, where he is also an adjunct instructor in the keyboard department. Matt has been proudly serving the Lumberton School of Music community since 2011.