Shanice Aaron, is a classical pianist in Los Angeles who graduated at University of California Los Angeles with a Bachelors Arts Degree. She has won many piano competitions in the CAPMT Concerto Competition California State Winner, Bellflower Symphony Concerto Competition Winner, 2nd place at the The
American Protégé International Competition making her debut at Carnegie Hall, finalist at Chicago International Piano Competition, bronze award at the 2019 WPTA Finland International Piano Competition, and won 1st place at the American Protégé Concerto Piano Competition 2020 making her 2nd debut at Carnegie Hall.
She also got invited to be a soloist playing a concerto with the City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles Orchestra with conductor Charles Dickerson featuring composer Lukas Richman’s Concerto work, “In Truth” at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Not only solo, but she also has excelled as a chamber musician. Her participation for the past years in chamber music led to her to being selected for a concert tour at the Mozarteum Conservatory Salzburg, Austria. With her chamber group, she performed many venues such as Santa Monica College Emeritus College, UCLA Schoenberg hall, Colburn School of Music, and LACMA Live Sunday Broadcast. Also, she participated in many different summer music festivals including Pianofest in the Hamptons, Bowdoin Music Festival, and also at the Hawaii Chamber Festival in Hawaii in August 2019 performing at the Hawaii University playing the Brahms Piano Trio.
In March 2020, she became one of the piano instructors at Nueva Vision Community School.