Carrie Feiner earned a Master of Music degree from the Juilliard School. She began her career as a classical pianist, performing solo and in ensembles including at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall and winning various competition prizes. In addition to personal performances, Carrie began to fill jobs as agent for colleagues and friends. Over time, her network of talented performers expanded from classical to other types of music and to a wider range of entertainment categories. Now as a professional, Carrie represents over 100 performers in more than 500 events annually.
Events have been held on the premises of major corporations, in clubs, at private parties, in schools, building lobbies and public places. Events have included parties for: New York mayors John Lindsay, Ed Koch, and Rudolph Giullani, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, author Eli Weisel, the New York Mets baseball team, Metropolitan Opera conductor James Levine, flutist Jean Pierre Rampal, newsman Walter Cronkite, and many others.
Quite a few organizations have recognized Carrie for her contributions to the field of music and entertainment: She was the winner of Myrtle Wreath Award, Magda Dahl prize for contributions to the field of music, and in 1997 and 1998 recognized by the March of Dimes Foundation.
Known for her friendly round-the-clock service and reasonable rates, Carrie takes a personal interest in both customers and performers and is always eager to please.
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