Pianist Ronny Michael Greenberg has been heard in opera houses and concert halls around the world. Last year, Mr. Greenberg went on tour in Italy alongside New Zealand tenor Pene Pati performing as part of Ricasoli Recitals in Milan, the Anne Frank Association in San Bonifacio and the Michelangelo Institute in Florence. His other performing experiences range from guest soloist appearances with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, to concerts at the historical Steinway Hall, the Schubert Hall at the Vienna Konzerthaus, and the Canadian Museum of Civilization for the Glenn Gould Exhibit.
A graduate of the Merola Opera Program and Adler Fellowship, Mr. Greenberg has served on the Music Staff of the San Francisco Opera for the past three seasons. This Fall, he will be contributing on I Pagliacci, Cavalleria Rusitcana, and Arabella. Additionally, he works as guest company pianist for the San Francisco Ballet and was featured on the stage of the War Memorial Opera performing Valses Poéticos by Granados at their 2017 Season Opening Gala.
Mr. Greenberg is a proud alumnus of the Crane School of Music where he discovered his passion for vocal collaboration. He also holds degrees from the Yale School of Music and Manhattan School of Music.