Carine Gutlerner is a Franco-Belgian pianist, choral conductor, and composer of film music such as Anne Frank’s Diary, Carnets de croquis de Paul Delvaux, and Nana. She studied with Flore Levine, and then completed her studies with Joanne Baker and Jack Winerock in the United States, where she obtained her Doctor of Musical Arts (D.M.A.) degree in Piano Performance at the University of Kansas. Ms. Gutlerner has given several recitals in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, and performs both classical and contemporary music. Her most recent recording features music by Beethoven and Brahms on the label C.E.A. MUSIKA.