William Chapman Nyaho earned his degrees from St. Peter’s College, Oxford University, the Eastman School of Music and the University of Texas at Austin. He also studied at the Conservatoire de Musique de Genève, Switzerland. Chapman Nyaho currently serves as Vice-President for DEI at Music Teachers National Association. He is on the faculty at Pacific Lutheran University and runs his private piano studio in Seattle. Washington. He is also on the summer faculty of Interlochen Center for the Arts. As an active solo recitalist, a member of the Nyaho/Garcia Duo, a chamber musician and lecturer, his passion is advocating music by composers of African descent.
Chapman Nyaho's extensive experience as a professor, concert artist, independent piano teacher, visiting artist and scholar makes him highly sought after for residencies.
Chapman Nyaho is available for two-day to week-long residencies in college and university settings. He is also available for outreach programs into the community and from learning institutions from elementary, middle to high schools to civic groups.