Brenna Berman - Pianist Click here to view a list of performances by Brenna Berman

 

An avid performer since the age of seven, Ms. Berman made her New York Debut at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall on March 8, 2008. Her playing has been described as "visceral," "dynamic and expressive," "sparkling," and "on fire." Her programs exhibit a wide variety of styles from Baroque to Contemporary, with a special emphasis on New Music.  Ms. Berman has performed extensively throughout the United States and abroad, including solo concerts in major cities such as New York, Philadelphia, Berkeley, Portland, Boston, Oberlin, Boulder, Albuquerque, and on several live radio broadcasts. Ms. Berman was recently featured in two Boesendorfer.com articles, A Wonderful Piano Evening in Farmingdale and An Aston Martin Roar.

Performer

Ms. Berman has won many international, national, and state-wide awards including the Special Presentation Award from Artists International giving her a New York Debut Recital at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, Second Prize in the 2007 Guiseppe Terracciano International Piano Competition in Italy, First Place in the MTNA Baldwin Competition...
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Teacher

Brenna Berman holds an Adjunct Faculty position with The Golandsky Institute and has fourteen years of training as a performer and teacher of the Taubman Approach. She became a Certified Instructor of the Taubman Approach in 2006, and was certified at the Associate level in 2009...
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Lecturer

Ms. Berman lectures on the Taubman Approach, a groundbreaking method that enables pianists to overcome technical limitations and cure playing-related injuries, while perfecting tone production and other components of expressive playing…

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