Silberstein's career as a concert pianist, accompanist, teacher,
and composer has spanned nearly twenty years. First coming to prominence
the Giornate Musicali International Piano Competition in Sperlonga,
Italy, Mr. Silberstein's full-length European debut followed in 1992.
His 1993 recital at Weill Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall attracted
the attention of Connoisseur Society Records, for which he recorded works by Franck, Bloch, and Giannini in 1994. This recording
was named to Fanfare Magazine's "Want List" of 1996 and was cited by critic Peter J. Rabinowitz as the best
debut recording of the year.
As a collaborative pianist, Myron Silberstein has worked with world-renowned
vocalists such as Damon Ploumis
and Kevin Pruner,
is a vocal coach for Chicago Opera Vanguard, and is a member and Interim General
Manager of the VOX3 Vocal Music Collective.
Mr. Silberstein served as ensemble accompanist at the Festivale Musica
e Arte in Tolentino, Italy from 1993 to 1997. He is particularly interested in encouraging
young and emerging singers and is a staff
the Chicago NATS auditions.
Myron Silberstein's compositions have been performed throughout the United
States and Europe by soloists and ensembles such as Patricia Morehead, the University of Chicago's New Music Ensemble, and ensemble controverse. He is a member composer of Accessible Contemporary Music. Mr. Silberstein is also a composer of musical theater and is resident composer
for Storycatchers Theatre's Teens Together program. Myron Silberstein is a member of ASCAP.