Dr. Vicki Seldon


Associate Professor  •  Collaborative Pianist

Piano Studio  •  Music History  •  World Music

vaseldon@pvamu.edu | 936.261.3325

Associate Professor of Music Dr. Vicki Seldon  hails from Southern California where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music from Scripps College, considered one of the top liberal arts colleges in the country.  Graduate studies  in piano performance included both the  Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music for a Masters and later on t the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where she earned a doctorate in piano performance. Highlights of her performances as piano soloist and chamber musician include appearances as a guest soloist with the Dallas Symphony, Richmond Symphony and the Florida Orchestra of Tampa, Florida.  She has been broadcast in live performances on Vermont Public Radio , WFMT Chicago, and has been heard both as soloist and accompanist on the KUHA-Houston arts program, “The Front Row”. Her recording with renowned flutist Alison Young, “A Little Tango in Her Blood”, featuring music of Argentina, was released on the Albany Record Label to wide critical and listener acclaim.  From 1988 until 2004, Dr. Seldon collaborated with many distinguished performers from the U.S. and abroad at the Killington Chamber Music Festival in the beautiful mountains of southern Vermont.  As a member of the artistic staff of Houston Ebony Opera Guild, Ms. Seldon has become familiar to audiences both as pianist and as pre-concert lecturer.  In addition to her performing activities, Dr. Seldon is currently Associate Professor of Music at Prairie View A&M University, where she teaches piano and music history.