Hailed by Cleveland Classical as performing with “fiery energy” and with a “proper blend of swooning fervency and cool control” by the Santa Barbara News-Press, pianist Miles Fellenberg is regularly invited as a soloist, collaborative pianist, conductor, and educator throughout the United States and abroad and is currently a staff pianist at The Juilliard School.  Recent performances at Alice Tully Hall, Museum of Modern Art, Harvard University, Yale University, and the Cleveland Museum of Art.  His international engagements have led him to Ecuador, Italy, China, and South Korea, where he simultaneously held teaching and performing positions.

His most advanced students have continued to study at major universities and conservatories around the world, including Juilliard, Harvard, Oberlin, and Manhattan School of Music.  His other students can be found playing for local school musicals, school choruses, or just for fun at home.  One does not need to become a professional musician to appreciate music – but as with all other areas of knowledge, the more you learn about it, the more you love it.

Fellenberg is a graduate of Manhattan School of Music, Oberlin Conservatory, and The Juilliard School, and has been on the faculty at the Church Street School for Music and Art since 2012.