Pianist Hiromi Fukuda performs extensively across the United States and her native Japan. A former collaborative piano faculty member at the Music Academy of The West, Ms. Fukuda is currently an Instructor of Piano at Amherst College and staff pianist at Juilliard. Ms. Fukuda holds BM and MM in solo piano from the Tokyo College of Music and MM and DMA in collaborative piano from The Juilliard School.
A prizewinner in twenty competitions worldwide, Dmitri Shteinberg has appeared in concert across North America and Europe and Israel, soloing with the Jerusalem Symphony, and the Richmond, Baton Rouge and Charlottesville Symphonies. Shteinberg recorded for Summit Records and Sono Luminus labels and the Yamaha Disklavier. In 2011 he joined the artist faculty of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Brian Suits wears the various hats of pianist, composer, conductor, and teacher. As pianist, Suits has performed concerti with both the Jupiter Symphony under the direction of Jens Nygaard, and the Sejong Soloists under the direction of Hyo Kang, among others. He joined the faculty at the University of Houston's Moores School of Music in fall of 2006, where he is Associate Professor of Accompanying and Chamber Music, as well as art song coach.
Pianist Svetozar Ivanov has made numerous appearances as recitalist and orchestra soloist in Europe and North America. Recent performance venues include Carnegie, Merkin, and Steinway Halls in New York, Salle Gaveau and Association Philomuses in Paris, Teatro del Sale in Florence, Italy, DDR Radio in Berlin, The Bethaniënklooster in Amsterdam, Mansfield 22 in London, Royal Academy of Music in Denmark, Incontro sulla Tastiera in Italy, Royal Irish Academy of Music, Sequoia Concerts in San Francisco, The Steinway Series and International Piano Series in Florida. Svetozar Ivanov is Associate Professor of Piano at University of South Florida and serves as the Artistic Director of the Steinway Piano Series in Tampa.