Jane Moore Kaye, a native of Olathe, Kansas, maintains an active performing schedule in the greater Washington, D.C. area as a collaborative pianist, organist, teacher and adjudicator. She regularly accompanies area city, district and state choral festivals and in the community was the founding Director of Programming for Music & Arts at Providence. As a choral accompanist, she has played in many cities across the United States, Europe and the United Kingdom. Highlights of her career have included performances at the White House, the National Cathedral, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Strathmore, the Fairfax Symphony, National Presbyterian Church and National City Christian Church as organist with chorus and orchestra. As Vocal Coach/Accompanist for the George Mason University School of Music, her primary focus is the University Chorale. She is the organist at Providence Presbyterian Church in Fairfax, Virginia where she accompanies the Sanctuary Choir and the Music & Arts at Providence Chorus. For the Fairfax Choral Society organization, Jane accompanies five of the FCS Youth Choruses.
Jane’s teachers, past and present have included her grandmother Laura Emma Moore, Bradford Gowen, Gary Graffman, John Paul, Theodore Guerrant, and William Neil.