Our Pianist

Described as “elegant” by Steve Smith in the New York Times, Arielle Levioff  has established herself as a unique and versatile artist, in demand both as a soloist and collaborative pianist.

She has appeared as a soloist in some of New York City's most prestigious venues including Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall and Alice Tully Hall, and has performed at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia, the French Embassy in Washington D.C. and in London, France and Italy.Ms. Levioff's concerto engagements include the Lower Merion Symphony (Gladwyn, PA), the Goliard Chamber Orchestra (Queens, NY), the Astoria Symphony (Astoria, NY), the Christ Church Festival Orchestra (Oyster Bay, Long Island, NY), the Seniors Orchestral Society of NY, and the Rapides Symphony Orchestra (Alexandria, LA). Ms. Levioff was a finalist in the 2009 Sorel Medallion Competition I Collaborative Piano and in July 2010 was invited by the Sorel Foundation to join the faculty of the Daniel Ferro Vocal Festival in Tuscany, Italy.From 1999 to 2009 Ms. Levioff was the principal pianist of Goliard Concerts, an organization dedicated to community outreach and the commissioning of new chamber works by young composers. Starting in 2005 she served as Goliard's Artistic Director, overseeing several tours of the Southeaster United States with performance sites in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North & South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Ms. Levioff received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the Manhattan School of Music and has attended prestigious summer festivals including the Tanglewood Institute, the Cleveland Orchestra's Kent/Blossom Festival and the American Conservatory in Fontainebleau, France. She has served on the piano and chamber music faculties of the 92nd Street Y School of Music in Manhattan since 2005 and teaches piano and "The Art of Listening to Music" for the 92Street Y's Himan Brown Senior Program. She is also the faculty pianist and music director of the Point Counterpoint Adult Chamber Music program. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Music Arts at Stony Brook University as a student of Gilbert Kalish.

Learn more about her by visiting her website: www.ariellelevioff.com