- Member of the College Music Society and MTNA
- Faculty Fellowship (2008-2009), Sweet Briar College
At Trinity College of Music:
- Anthony Lindsay Prize for Pianoforte Playing (1993)
- John Longmire Prize for Pianoforte (Debussy competition, 1994)
- John Ireland Prize for Accompanists (1994)
- Mehroo Jeejeeboy Prize for Pianoforte Playing (1995)
- Alec Rowley Memorial Prize (1996)
- The Elisabeth Schumann Prize for Lieder 1996 (Accompanist)
- Robert Meyer-ESU Prize
An intercollegiate prize which resulted in a scholarship to attend Aspen Music Festival, June-August, 1995. Previous winners of the prize include cellist Steven Isserlis.
Nick Ross performs as soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States and Europe. He has performed recitals and concertos at such venues as St. Martin’s-in-the-Field and St. John’s Smith Square, London, the Field Room in Dublin, and the Engelse Kerk in Amsterdam.
Nick is active as a recording artist, and he has released four solo piano recordings to date, as well as two collaborative discs of Arthur Honegger’s music. Ross’ scholarly research has focused in recent years on proportional structures and the golden ratio in the music of Mozart, Debussy, Bartók and others. He has presented lecture recitals on the topic at conferences in Lancaster, Krakow, and at various universities and colleges in the US.
His primary piano professors were John Perry, John Bingham, Benno Pierweijer and Matthijs Verschoor. In addition, he worked with Christine Croshaw and David Newbold on collaborative piano, and played in masterclasses and courses for Graham Johnson, Christopher Czaja Sager and Theodore Paraskivesko among others.