Pianist-Composer Moshe S. Knoll is a free-lance classical artist working throughout the NY metro area. A graduate of The Juilliard School, he has given solo recitals and has appeared as soloist with orchestras in the US, the UK, Israel, and Venezuela. An avid fan of Chamber Music, he has devoted considerable energy to its dissemination through his membership in ACMP: Associated Chamber Music Players. Moshe sits on the Board of DAHA: Dvorak American Heritage Association; a branch of the Bohemian Benevolent and Literary Association, devoted to preserve the legacy of Antonin Dvorak and his influence in American Music. As a collaborative pianist, he works with singers, instrumentalists, and ballet classes. As a ballet pianist, he has made recordings for the use of Maestro Pedro Ruiz. Moshe has also worked for the Hebrew Arts School and Belvoir Terrace, a summer arts camp for girls in Lenox, MA. Moshe is on the Faculty of the Arts Ahimsa Chamber Music Festival, also in Lenox, MA.