Adam Booher, of Hermitage, Tennessee was a music piano performance/mathematics double-major at Lipscomb University. He went on to recieve his masters in performance at Florida State University in 2016.
He won first prize in the senior piano division of the Beethoven Club of Memphis Young Artist competition when only a freshman and since then has given master classes and concerts all around the United States.
Adam Booher’s playing has been described by former Washington Post critic John Pitcher as “thrilling,” and “full of emotional energy.” Booher was appointed Professor of Music at Florida College in 2016. Booher received the Master’s degree in Piano Performance from Florida State University, where he studied with Dr. Joel Hastings. Awards include first place in the 2016 Intersection of Jazz and Classical Piano Festival at West Virginia University, first place in the 2015 Florida MTNA Young Artist competition, third place in the 2016 MTNA Southern Division competition, and first place in the 2011 Beethoven Club of Memphis Young Artist Competition. Booher has performed solo recitals at Florida State University, Lipscomb University, the Beethoven Club of Memphis Avanti Concert Series, Florida College, and Trevecca Nazarene University. Past teachers include Dr. Jerome Reed and Mrs. Helen Gleason.