An avid performer since the age of seven, Brenna Berman has performed throughout the United States and Europe, presented live radio broadcasts and was featured in Bösendorfer.com articles. She has won many international, national and statewide awards and scholarships. As an Artists International New York Debut award winner, she gave her New York recital debut at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall in March 2008.

Brenna Berman holds an Associate Faculty position with The Golandsky Institute and has seventeen years training as a performer and teacher of the Taubman Approach. Ms. Berman became certified in the Taubman Approach in 2006, and was certified at the Associate level in 2009. Ms. Berman has studied with the most highly acclaimed experts in the field:  Robert Durso, Edna Golandsky, John Bloomfield, and Dorothy Taubman.

Ms. Berman is known for helping pianists and other instrumentalists eliminate playing-related injuries, overcome limitations, acquire the tools neccessary for virtuosity and expression, and reach their artistic potential. She also mentors teachers in the pedagogy of the Taubman Approach. In addition to musicians, Ms. Berman helps computer users, knitters, painters, and others prone to repetitive stress injuries.