Praised by The New York Times as a “strong and sensitive pianist,” Arlene Shrut is a collaborative pianist, vocal coach and teacher for aspiring musicians. She
currently serves on the senior coaching faculty of The Juilliard School’s Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts and the vocal-piano recital faculty at the Manhattan
School of Music. She is also the head coach and pianist at the Atlantic Music Festival. As an educator, Shrut has taught classes and coached productions
focusing on Mozart and German operas, in addition to coaching for the Wagner’s Ring Cycle for Arizona Opera. Her professional collaborations include
performing with vocal artists such as Renée Fleming, Thomas Hampson and Angela Meade, among others.