Natalie Tenenbaum frequently performs as a multigenre concert pianist in recitals, with orchestras and with various chamber music ensembles. Natalie has appeared across Israel, Europe, Asia and the US, performing in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Korea’s National Theater, Jerusalem Music Center, the Kennedy Center, Berlin’s Konzerthaus, The Aldeburgh Festival. An avid performer of new music, Tenenbaum premiered Tomer Addadi’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in 2012 with the Israel Chamber Orchestra, as well as the US premiere of the piece. natalie has also been one of the featured pianists for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
In 2014, Natalie formed a piano duo with concert pianist and composer Julian Pollack, with the shared goal of revolutionizing the concert experience by incorporating classical concert repertoire, new music and improvisation. Since it's establishment in 2011, Natalie has been pianist for EMP, where she has premiered new works and has been the featured soloist for Jason Eckardt's piano concerto, Trespass, delivering an “invigorating... sparkling performance.” Graduate of the Juilliard School, Natalie is a recipient of scholarships from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation as well as the Ronen Foundation. In addition to concertizing and performing works of the traditional classical repertoire, Natalie regularly incorporates improvisation and her own original compositions into her recitals and concert appearances. Natalie has premiered her own compositions and realtime composition/improvisations in concert at Salmagundi Art Club, Weill Auditorium at Carnegie Hall, Harvard University and The Harvard Club, Merkin Hall, The National Arts Gallery (New York), Tel Aviv Museum Of Art, Galapagos Art Space, Spectrum, Madison Square Garden, The Blue Note, Thelonius Monk Jazz Club (Seuol, Korea), Apollo Theater (New York), Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center and Rose Hall/Jazz At Lincoln Center, Something Jazz Club, Riva Del Garda Music Festival Main Stage (Italy), The Palais De l'Europe (Menton, France), Utica University, Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory, Princeton, Long Island University.