Patricia Tupta Landy holds a D.M.A. degree in collaborative performance from the University of Southern California, where she received awards in Pedagogy and Koldofsky Fellowships in performance. She maintained a private studio and performed frequently as a freelance accompanist in the greater Los Angeles area. She received her M.M. degree from the University of Wisconsin Madison, and her B.M. degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM). Dr. Landy served as staff accompanist for CIM, and taught at the Cleveland Music School Settlement, where she performed frequently in solo and chamber music concerts.
Currently, Dr. Landy maintains a private studio, teaches at Westminster Conservatory of Music and coaches chamber music for the Young Artist Program. She created and directs the Piano Chamber Music Camp as part of the Conservatory’s summer programs and teaches for the Westminster Professional Development Certificate Program. Her students are frequent laureates in area, state and regional festivals and competitions.