Vered Reznik


Piano , Suzuki Piano

Area of Study

Chamber Music , Private Lessons , Summer Arts Program

Career Highlights

M.M. New England Conservatory
B.M. Rubin Academy of Music, Jerusalem
Chamber Music Studies, Musikhochschule, Vienna
AmSAT Certified Teacher of the Alexander Technique

Born and raised in Israel, pianist Vered Reznik has delighted audiences in solo and chamber music recitals throughout Europe, Israel, and the United States. Performances have included Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall, Vienna’s Konzerthaus, the Beethovenhaus in Bonn, and the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Vered has also performed at Oslo’s Munch Museum, the Tel Aviv and Israel Museums, and the Henry Crown Hall at the Jerusalem Theater. She has appeared at the Bayreuth, Janacek, and Israel Festivals and was a featured performer on WQXR’s “Young Artists Showcase”.

A recipient of the American-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship for ten consecutive years, Vered was awarded second prize at the Foundation’s Claremont Piano Competition, and first prize at the Rubin Academy Concerto competition. She was also a founder and pianist of the Amber Trio which took the first prize at the 1994 Jeunesses Musicale international competition and performed live on Austrian and Bavarian television and radio. Throughout her career, Vered has proudly served as a musical ambassador for her home country.  She was especially honored to have the opportunity to perform for President Yitzchak Navon in Jerusalem, and President Bill Clinton in Washington D.C.

Vered holds degrees from the New England Conservatory in Boston, and the Rubin Academy of Music, Jerusalem. She studied chamber music with the renowned Alban Berg Quartet at the Musikhochschule in Vienna. In 2003 she moved to New York to study with the noted teacher Sophia Rosoff.

Vered is an Abby Whiteside Foundation teacher and an AmSAT Certified Teacher of the Alexander Technique. She is also on the board of the Westchester Musicians Guild and co-ordinates the Young Artists Audition and Recital. Vered is an active member of the New York Music Teachers Association (District 4) and has been a member of the Hoff-Barthelson Piano Faculty since 2008.

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