Anthony Fuoco

Lecturer in Keyboard
M.M., University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana

Anthony Fuoco

Anthony FuocoLecturer of Keyboard

M.M., University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana
B.M., State University of New York, Potsdam


Anthony Fuoco is a lecturer at Baldwin Wallace University and is the coordinator of secondary piano. He currently teaches courses in piano, pedagogy and jazz. His musical interests include improvisation, composition and classical piano repertoire. As a pianist, Fuoco frequently performs as a member of groups such as the Pulse Quartet (with Brad Wagner, Aidan Plank, and Dustin May), the Cleveland Jazz Orchestra and the Wedmedyk/Fuoco duo.

In 2020, he and William Wedmedyk released their recording Finding Home, featuring their compositions and improvisations. He has also collaborated with well-known artists such as Joe Lovano, Carmen Castaldi, Jamey Haddad and John Daversa. In 2019, his performance with Joe Lovano at the BopStop was recorded and featured on the NPR program Jazz Night in America. He also has extensive experience performing the classical piano duo repertoire with his wife, Christine Fuoco. Degrees earned are an M.M. in piano performance from the University of Illinois, and a B.M. in piano performance from SUNY Potsdam.