Janie Lee Bullock is principal pianist for the Columbus Symphony Orchestra and is a collaborative pianist at Columbus State University where she plays numerous recitals, choral concerts, opera productions, juries, competitions and auditions for the Schwob School of Music. She has had extensive accompanying experience and has traveled to national conventions in Toronto, Canada and Denver, Colorado to play for the MTNA Young Artist competitions. She has also played choral concert tours throughout eastern and western Europe with the Columbus Civic Chorale and the Young Presbyterian Singers. She has been involved in church music for many years having served as organist/pianist at Methodist and Episcopal churches. Currently, she is the organist for First Baptist Church of Columbus, Georgia, and is also the pianist for the professional vocal ensemble Cantus Columbus. As a piano instructor, she has taught private and group piano from the preparatory through college levels. She is also active in musical theater, having served as music director and pianist for Broadway shows in Texas, Mississippi and Georgia. She received the BME degree from Florida State University, where she studied with Leonard Mastrogiacomo, and the MM degree in piano performance with emphasis in accompanying from the University of Southern Mississippi, where she collaborated in many vocal and instrumental chamber music programs and musical theater performances.