A Pennsylvania native, Abigail Eagleson is a collaborative pianist and mezzo-soprano. Abigail holds a Masters of Music in Collaborative Piano from Carnegie Mellon University, as well as a B.A. in Music (Voice and Piano) from Elizabethtown College. Ms. Eagleson is active in Pittsburgh as a vocalist, collaborative pianist/coach, and teacher. She teaches private piano, is a pianist and assistant with the Pittsburgh Girls Choir, a staff pianist at Duquesne University, and a member of the Shadyside Presbyterian Chancel Choir. She has also served at Franciscan University of Steubenville and West Virginia University as a staff pianist. As a collaborator, she has enjoyed performing with various Pittsburgh-based musicians and ensembles, such as sopranos Meghan DeWald and Anastasia Robinson, students from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh Festival Opera, and the Pittsburgh Camerata. Abigail has appeared at Music at Rodef Shalom, the Music in a Great Space series, and the Music for Midsummer Nights series at Shadyside Presbyterian Church; performing with her trio, Mezzo-Soprano Kara Cornell, and the Pittsburgh Camerata. During the summer months, Abigail enjoys traveling, performing, and serving on the piano faculty at Elizabethtown College's summer music camp.