Mary Greenberg

Faculty & Staff / Mary Greenberg

Conservatory Teacher

Office Location 
Princeton Hall
Mailing Address 
101 Walnut Lane, Princeton, NJ 08540
Mary Greenberg

Mary Greenberg teaches on the artist faculty at Westminster Conservatory of Music in Princeton, New Jersey, a position she has held since 1987. Mary is a pianist who has appeared as both soloist and accompanist for singers and instrumentalists in Williamson Hall and Bristol Chapel at Westminster Choir College of Rider University. A graduate of Indiana University, Mary now studies with Ena Bronstein Barton, a student of Claudio Arrau. Mary teaches all levels of piano instruction, and stages student recitals each year. She also maintains a private studio.

Mary has given solo piano concerts and chamber music concerts as part of Faculty Concert Series at Westminster Conservatory of Music.

Mary holds a B.A. degree from Indiana University. She has studied with Ena Bronstein Barton, Phyllis Lehrer, Zadel Skolovsky and Hans Boepple. Performance experience includes recitals at Westminster Choir College of Rider University, Greenwood House. She is a member of Belle Mead Friends of Music and Piano Teachers Forum.

Also an actress, Mary made her New York City acting debut at the American Theater of Actors in a showcase of one-act plays. Mary has appeared in many acting roles in New Jersey regional theaters. She received her acting training at Carnegie Mellon University, McCarter Theatre, and HB Studio in New York City.

Mary is the author of a stage play, “Deer In Headlights,” a contemporary work that explores musical themes; and a screenplay, “Trio,” a biographical musical history involving three great 19th-century composers. Mary has written a play in concert titled, "Women On The Outside," about the composer, Franz Schubert incorporating Schubert’s music. Mary developed a one-woman show in which she portrays Fanny Mendelssohn and George Sand in monologues, and performs piano music of Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn and Chopin. Currently under development for a March 15, 2011 performance is a one-woman monologue in concert based on Mary's screenplay, "Trio," in which she appears as Clara Schumann.

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