Jocelyn Swigger is Associate Professor of Music and Coordinator of Keyboard Studies at the Sunderman Conservatory of Music at Gettysburg College and on the piano faculty of Interlochen Arts Camp. Her latest album is the complete Chopin etudes, recorded with original ornaments on an 1841 Paris Erard piano that was tuned to a historically informed temperament devised especially for Chopin. A Blogcritics review called it “an hour of pure musical pleasure.” Her TEDx talk, How I Memorize Piano Music, has over 750,000 views on YouTube. She has played as accompanist for the Manhattan School of Music, the Castleman Quartet Program, the Boys Choir of Harlem Academy, and the Juilliard School, and she spent the summer of 2008 on a Fulbright Scholar Teaching Grant in Asunción, Paraguay. She holds undergraduate degrees from Oberlin College and Oberlin Conservatory, and master’s and doctoral degrees from the Eastman School of Music; her principal teachers were Evelyne Brancart and Rebecca Penneys. In addition to her life as a classical musician, she has also performed on accordion, vocals, and occasional electric bass in the indie folk rock band Gettysburg Pirate Orchestra. Her current projects include infusing her piano practice with yoga and meditation, improvising in the classical style, expanding the classical canon, and writing and performing music for social justice (sometimes on the ukulele). Jocelyn hosts two occasional podcasts: Play It Again Swig (an audio practice diary) and Just Piano Improv. You can find them on iTunes and at jocelynswigger.com.