Hi! I am a pianist available to accompany instrumentalists and vocalists, perform recitals, and provide background music for special events. I recently completed my Master's degree at New England Conservatory and have a wide range of experiences, from classical chamber music to musical theatre. I have performed at venues including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, and Steinway Hall. I currently work as a pianist for Boston Ballet School. I love music more than anything else, and can't wait to share my passion!
Price Range: $75 and up
Gig Length: 60 - 240 minutes
What to Expect
As a versatile musician, I look forward to making your event everything you hope for! I can play solo classical music, or in an ensemble of a duo/trio/quartet with instrumentalists or vocalists, musical theatre, ragtime, 1920s novelty music, etc. Additionally, if you have specific music requests and let me know in advance, I am very happy to help fulfill those requests.
Moriah Feiner Trenk recently completed her Master's Degree in Collaborative Piano at New England Conservatory of Music, where she received a merit scholarship to study with Cameron Stowe and Jonathan Feldman. Moriah currently works as an accompanist at Boston Ballet School, New England Conservatory of Music Preparatory School, and The Dance Complex. During the 2015 - 2016 and 2016 - 2017 seasons, Moriah performed interactive music programs throughout Boston, as a recipient of New England Conservatory's Community Performances and Partnerships Fellowship. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from New York University where she was a student of Seymour Bernstein.
Moriah has performed as a soloist and with ensembles at Jordan Hall, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, Wagner College of Music in Staten Island, Loewe Theater, Merkin Concert Hall, Hunter College, and Queensborough Community College, among other venues.
In 2017, Moriah recently attended The National Music Festival at Washington College as a full scholarship recipient. In summer 2016, Moriah received a full scholarship to study chamber music in Manchester Music Festival's Young Artist Program in Manchester, Vermont. In addition to performing, she also taught piano to local children in MMF's Music Discovery Week. She also received a full scholarship to study chamber music in the Emerging Artists Fellowship Program at Garth Newel Music Center in Hot Springs, Virginia. Recent engagements have included performances throughout Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia, a performance at Queensborough Community College as a winner of the 2013 “NYC’s Rising Stars" competition, as well as playing at a party at the Lotos club for Alan Gilbert and members of the NY Philharmonic. Moriah is a prizewinner of various competitions; including the Hudson Valley Music Club competition, the NYU Art of Solo and Collaborative Piano Award, the Yonkers Concerto Competition, the YWCA and Korean Daily News Piano Competition, the International Concert Alliance Piano Competition, and runner up in the Westfield Concerto Competition. Moriah has been selected to perform in masterclasses with leading performers such as Vladimir Feltsman, Alexander Kobrin, and Carter Brey. She previously studied with Paul Ostrovsky and Sara Davis Buechner.
As a versatile musician and collaborator, Moriah enjoys a busy schedule working as an accompanist for various instrumental and vocal studios, dance classes, musical productions, and choruses.
Additional Booking Notes
My only requirement is that you have a piano or keyboard. Please check and make sure the keyboard has all 88 keys.
I typically play a mixture of classical music and 1920s novelty pieces. I am happy to discuss in more detail what music you are most interested in!