Currently in high demand as an orchestral and chamber musician, Zachary Feingold has performed with many professional ensembles including Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Lancaster Symphony Orchestra, Symphony in C, and Concert Opera Philadelphia. He has performed on numerous recording projects and premieres, such as Michael Daugherty's concerto "Reflections on the Mississippi for Tuba and Orchestra" with Philadelphia Orchestra principal tubist, Carol Jantsch (premiered at the Kimmel Center and Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center).
Mr. Feingold holds both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Performance from Temple University's Boyer College of Music and Dance (Philadelphia, PA) and is now pursuing his DMA degree at Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts. His primary teachers include Roger Nye, Michelle Rosen, and Angela Anderson Smith. Zachary is currently on faculty at Westminster Conservatory in Princeton, NJ.