Miles Fellenberg

Staff Pianist

On Leave 2023

New England Conservatory

American pianist Miles Fellenberg is regularly invited as a pianist, conductor, and educator throughout the United States and abroad. Known for his versatility and extensive repertoire, Fellenberg has led a multifaceted career and is sought after by singers, instrumentalists, and pianists.

He has performed at numerous colleges and universities, including Harvard, Yale, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Jersey City University, NYU, CUNY, Scranton and at notable concert venues, including Alice Tully Hall, Weill Recital Hall, Museum of Modern Art, 92nd Street Y, Cleveland Museum of Art and internationally at the Seoul Arts Center (S. Korea), Shenyang Conservatory (China), Las Cámaras (Ecuador), and at numerous venues throughout Tuscany (Italy). He appears on the CD “A place toward other places,” the premiere recording on the Oberlin Music label with the Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble.

Fellenberg is the Founder and Executive/Artistic Director of the New Jersey Young Artist Piano Competition. He was a guest teacher for the National Youth Orchestra of the USA and has served as a staff pianist/accompanist for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Aspen Music Festival & School, Castleman Quartet Program, New York Summer Music Festival, Delaware Valley Opera, New Hampshire Opera, Oberlin-in-Italy Opera Program, and was a guest artist-in-residence at the Franz Liszt Conservatory in Quito, Ecuador. Fellenberg was on the faculty at InterHarmony International Music Festival (Italy), Church Street School for Music & Art, Brooklyn Musical Arts, and the Rappahannock Summer Music Camp (VA). He was previously the Music Director of the Bronx Community Chorus and served as the Assistant Conductor and Accompanist of the Central City Chorus (Manhattan).

He holds a Bachelor of Music from Oberlin Conservatory, a Master of Music from The Juilliard School, and is a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at New England Conservatory, where he teaches Ear Training, coaches voice students, and teaches class piano. His principal teachers include Jonathan Feldman, Margo Garrett, Robert Shannon, and Cameron Stowe.