Pianist Brian Zeger has established an impressive career as a solo performer, appearing in
distinguished concert venues throughout the US and Europe, and as a chamber musician par
excellence, radio broadcaster, artistic administrator, and educator.
In a career spanning more than two decades, Mr. Zeger has enjoyed collaborations with many
of the world's top artists, including singers Marilyn Horne, Deborah Voigt, Susan Graham,
René Pape, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Bryn Terfel, and Joyce DiDonato. Recent and upcoming
engagements include recitals with Ms. Voigt, Mr. Pape, Anna Netrebko, Mr. Terfel, Ms. Te
Kanawa, Adrianne Pieczonka, and Piotr Beczała.
In addition to his distinguished concert career, he also serves as artistic director of
the vocal arts department at The Juilliard School and the executive director of
Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artists Development Program. From 1993 to 2000, he was
artistic director of the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival, and has been a regular guest at
many other summer festivals.
Mr. Zeger's writings have appeared in Opera News, The Yale Review, and
Chamber Music magazine. He has appeared frequently on the Metropolitan Opera
radio broadcasts, both on the opera quiz and as intermission host and performer.
His recordings may be heard on the EMI Classics, New World, Naxos, and Koch record labels,
his most recent recording being Portraits and Elegies with violinist
Frank Almond. Visit brianzeger.com for more information.