Will at piano w photo credit

I strive to inspire individuals through performance and collaboration
and enrich the world’s appreciation for all genres of music.

I am currently attending the Eastman School of Music where I am pursuing a
Bachelor of Music Degree in Piano Performance.

I will take fate by the throat; it will never bend me completely to its will.
-Ludwig van Beethoven


William receives Eastman School of Music Grant to intern
at the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra during summer 2017 


Will Junior Recital Apr 2017

Summer 2016 – Solo Recital 
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



The American Prize Winner 2014
1st place – Piano Performance Solo (High School Division)
Among judges’ comments: “…exquisite dialogue and voicing between hands…”

2nd place – Piano Performance Concerto (Professional Division) 
Among judges’ comments: “…beautiful tone and projected melody…”

Featured Soloist – Beethoven Choral Fantasy – November 10, 2013

with the Williamsburg Choral Guild, Williamsburg, Virginia

“The program’s highlight was the Choral Fantasy, with guest pianist William Hume. Formerly of Yorktown, the 17-year-old is a talented youth whose keyboard control was impressive. The Fantasy offered him abundant opportunities to showcase his notable skills, each opportunity regaling us with his obvious ability and future potential.”          John Shulson, Virginia Gazette

 CLICK HERE to see the Choral Fantasy Performance on my YouTube site.

William performing with the Williamsburg Choral Guild, November 2013

William performing with the Williamsburg Choral Guild, November 2013

Solo Recital – September 15, 2013
Rubendall Recital Hall, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
“William presented a brilliant recital to kick off the 2013-2014 season for the Carlisle Musical Arts Club.  His performance dazzled guests . . .  It was an exciting, memorable concert!”
– Barbara Guillaume, Carlisle Musical Arts Club

American Protégé Winners Recital – February 10, 2013
Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, NYC, New York
“William Hume delivered Kapustin’s very difficult Concert Etude Op. 40, No. 1, with the fluency and ease of a veteran performer.” – Rorianne Schrade, New York Concert Review

 Posted by on May 20, 2013