Pianist Adam Rothenberg is a versatile young artist and sought-after collaborator who has performed throughout the United States and Europe in a wide array of solo, collaborative, chamber music, and orchestral concerts. He was the proud recipient of a Kovner Fellowship at the Juilliard School, where he recently completed a Master of Music degree in Collaborative Piano under the tutelage of Jonathan Feldman, Margo Garrett, and Brian Zeger. A native of Syracuse, NY, Adam graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern University and has also studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, the Tanglewood Music Center, the Chautauqua Institution, and Eastern Music Festival.

Dedicated to innovative programming, Adam recently curated and performed a program at Juilliard entitled Regime in Recital, a presentation of poetry, art song, and chamber music from totalitarian regimes. Other recent performances include recitals with the New York Festival of Song Rising Stars series, Juilliard’s Wednesday at One series in Alice Tully Hall, and a tour to Dublin and London, where he performed in Drums and Guns, a concert production devised by Iain Burnside. An avid ensemble musician, he has played with the the New York Philharmonic, the Juilliard Orchestra, and the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra. He can be heard with the renowned Northwestern University Symphonic Wind Ensemble on their newest album, Reflections, released by Summit Records.

Adam has also worked extensively as a music director, conductor, and rehearsal pianist for musical theatre and opera. Recent productions include A Quiet Place at the Tanglewood Music Center, West Side Story with the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor and Flight at Juilliard Opera. Beginning in fall of 2018, he will serve as the associate conductor for the national tour of the Broadway musical Miss Saigon.