Grand prize-winner of the International American Music Competition sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation and Carnegie Hall, pianist Randall Hodgkinson has performed with the New York Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops, the Atlanta Symphony, the Iceland Philharmonic, and the Orchestra of Santa Cecilia in Rome. Among his many solo and collaborative recordings are "Petrouchka and Other Prophecies" (featuring music of Stravinsky, Chopin, Schumann, and Beethoven), which was awarded a double five-star rating by BBC Magazine; Dawn Upshaw's Grammy Award-winning "The Girl with the Orange Lips"; the Beethoven cello sonatas with BSO cellist Jonathan Miller, and Leo Ornstein's complete music for cello and piano with cellist Joshua Gordon. Mr. Hodgkinson has appeared at numerous festivals, including BargeMusic, the Santa Fe Festival, Chamber Music Northwest, and Mainly Mozart in La Jolla, California. He performs the two-piano and four-hand repertoire with his wife, Leslie Amper, and the piano trio repertoire with the Gramercy Trio. An artist member of the Boston Chamber Music Society, he is on the faculties of the New England Conservatory of Music, the Longy School in Cambridge, and Boston University. Mr. Hodgkinson has appeared as orchestral pianist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra on many occasions, and was soloist with the BSO in performances under Seiji Ozawa of Bartók's Concerto for Two Pianos, Percussion, and Orchestra at Symphony Hall in October 2001, followed by performances at Carnegie Hall and the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia in April 2002.