Zachary Feingold

Zachary Feingold maintains an active career of orchestral and chamber music endeavors. He has performed with many professional ensembles including the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Grand Rapids Symphony, Lancaster Symphony Orchestra, Symphony in C, and others. Zachary holds both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Temple University's Boyer College of Music and Dance (Philadelphia, PA) and is now completing coursework towards his DMA at Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts. At Rutgers, he serves as the teaching assistant to the undergraduate bassoon ensemble where his responsibilities range from coaching chamber music to giving lectures on reed making. In addition to his educational work at Rutgers, Zachary teaches students of all levels and has presented master classes at multiple schools and workshops. His teachers include Roger Nye, Michelle Rosen, and Angela Anderson Smith. Zachary is currently on faculty at the Westminster Conservatory in Princeton, NJ and the Rutgers University Extension Division in New Brunswick, NJ.