Myron Silberstein’s initial training as an accompanist was done under the tutelage of Arlene Shrut of the Juilliard School. Serving as studio accompanist for such prominent New York City vocal instructors as Erik Thorendahl and Joyce McLean, Mr. Silberstein has coached many of the major operatic roles and art songs as well as a large number of underperformed and contemporary works.

A scholar of literature as well as music, Myron Silberstein is equally skilled at helping vocalists to develop their interpretation of text and melody.

Mr. Silberstein’s activities as a chamber musician include a wide variety of public performances in the United States and abroad. He has been staff accompanist for the Giornate Musicali Festival and for Tolentino’s Festivale Musica e Arte and orchestral pianist for Century Orchestra Osaka (1995 U.S. tour).

Equally at home with classical and popular repertoire, Myron Silberstein has been musical director for numerous community theater and cabaret performances.


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