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 is thrilled to partner with True Story Project for this awesome production.
A native of Syracuse, NY, Adam is the proud recipient of a Kovner Fellowship at the Juilliard School, where he is currently pursuing a Master of Music degree in Collaborative Piano under the tutelage of Jonathan Feldman, Margo Garrett, and Brian Zeger. Recent engagements include orchestral concerts at David Geffen Hall with the New York Philharmonic and Carnegie Hall with the Juilliard Orchestra, recitals in the Wednesdays at One series at Alice Tully Hall, and performances at the Tanglewood Music Center, where he received the 2017 Billy Joel Keyboard Fellowship.
Adam holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Northwestern University and has also studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, the Chautauqua Institute, and Eastern Music Festival. As a recipient of a Gluck Community Service Fellowship, he performs regularly in healthcare facilities throughout New York City.
Outside of his recital appearances, Adam has worked extensively in opera and musical theater, including Flight at Juilliard Opera, West Side Story at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, and Drums and Guns, a concert production devised by Iain Burnside with performances at London’s Barbican Centre and Dublin’s Lir Academy. Additionally, he served as music director and conductor for several productions at Northwestern University, including Into The Woods, Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party, Little Women, and The Pajama Game. He also composed, arranged, and orchestrated music for The Waa-Mu Show, a full-length student written musical produced annually at Northwestern.