Dr. Leah Siltberg is an active and sought-after pianist within many musical contexts. Leah holds a D.M.A. and M.M. degree in Collaborative Piano from the University of Minnesota. Previously on faculty at the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music, Siltberg performed in the 2010 Mozart and Chopin festivals in Ramallah and in chamber concerts throughout the West Bank and Occupied Golan Heights. A native of Minneapolis, she has recorded for the James Sewell Ballet, appeared on Minnesota Public Radio, and with St. Paul’s Schubert Club. A champion of new music, Leah recently premiered a trio for piano, cello, and vibraphone at the White House Conference on the Americas and performed a new work for piano and tape at the American Composers’ Forum. Although Leah most often performs as a collaborative pianist, she has performed both solo and collaborative recitals in North and South America, the Middle East, and New Zealand.