Portuguese pianist Inês Andrade has performed across Europe and the United States in spaces such as Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall (USA), Centro Cultural de Belém (Portugal), Teatro Comunale Luigi Russolo (Italy), and Centre Le Phénix (Switzerland). Recently, she was a guest artist at Bay Chamber Concerts, Boston Portuguese Festival, Boston Conservatory New Music Festival, Classical at the Cabot, and CAC Tejo's Autumn Festival. She has been praised for her "lyricism and wonderful musicianship," as well as her “excellent technique and elaborate touch” (Diário de Notícias), after her performance of Grieg’s Piano Concerto with the Lisbon Sinfonietta Orchestra. As a winner of the 2013 Steinhardt Piano Concerto Competition, she performed Schumann’s Piano Concerto with the NYU Symphony Orchestra at the Frederick Loewe Theatre (New York). Inês Andrade studied in Lisbon with Miguel Henriques. She moved to the United States in 2011 and continued her musical studies at New York University, where she studied with José Mendez and Marilyn Nonken. Inês graduated with a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Boston University, under the tutelage of Pavel Nersessian (piano) and David Kopp (music theory).