Moriah Feiner Trenk currently works as a full time pianist at Boston Ballet School and as a staff pianist at Boston Conservatory at Berklee. As a versatile musician and collaborator, Moriah enjoys a busy schedule working as an accompanist for various instrumental and vocal studios, dance classes, musical productions, and choruses. She recently completed her Master's Degree in Collaborative Piano at New England Conservatory of Music, where she received a merit scholarship to study with Cameron Stowe and Jonathan Feldman. As a recipient of New England Conservatory's Community Performances and Partnerships Fellowship, Moriah performed interacted music programs throughout Boston. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from New York University where she was a student of Seymour Bernstein and Grant Wenaus.
Recent engagements have included performances as a soloist and with ensembles at Jordan Hall, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, Wagner College of Music in Staten Island, Loewe Theater, Merkin Concert Hall, Hunter College, and Queensborough Community College, among other venues. Moriah has been a featured performer at events honoring Alan Gilbert and members of the NY Philharmonic. She also performs outreach concerts with Boston's Volunteer Musicians for the Arts.
In recent summers, Moriah received full scholarships to study chamber music at The National Music Festival at Washington College, Manchester Music Festival's Young Artist Program in Manchester, Vermont and the Emerging Artists Fellowship Program at Garth Newel Music Center in Hot Springs, Virginia. Moriah is a prizewinner of various competitions; including the Hudson Valley Music Club competition, the NYU Art of Solo and Collaborative Piano Award, the Yonkers Concerto Competition, the YWCA and Korean Daily News Piano Competition, the International Concert Alliance Piano Competition, and runner up in the Westfield Concerto Competition. Moriah has been selected to perform in masterclasses with leading performers such as Vladimir Feltsman, Alexander Kobrin, and Carter Brey. She previously studied with Paul Ostrovsky and Sara Davis Buechner.