Jeffrey Chappell first gained national attention at the age of 24 by substituting for Claudio Arrau on a four-hour notice without rehearsal, performing the Brahms Second Concerto with the Baltimore Symphony to critical acclaim. Now a seasoned veteran of the concert stage, he has appeared throughout the United States in recitals and chamber music and has been a soloist with major symphony orchestras including those of Philadelphia, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Houston and Indianapolis. His many appearances with the Baltimore Symphony include concerts at Carnegie Hall and Wolf Trap Park. He has performed concerts in Europe, Asia, and Latin America and has appeared at summer festivals including Marlboro and the La Gesse Festival. A recipient of the Solo Recitalist Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, Chappell’s works integrate techniques of classical composition with elements of American popular music.