Pianist Alison d’Amato is a dynamic and versatile musician, committed to performing and teaching the full spectrum of solo and chamber music genres. A member of several pioneering organizations, she is artistic co-director of Florestan Recital Project and founding faculty artist of the Vancouver International Song Institute (VISI). In 2011, she joined the faculty at Eastman School of Music as assistant professor of vocal coaching. Alison d’Amato enjoys a variety of projects that celebrate collaborations across disciplines. She is program co-director of Art Song Lab, an intensive workshop that brings together composers and writers for new song creation. In 2014, she inaugurates the Academy of Collaborative Performance, a new summer program with Florestan Recital Project that explores interdisciplinary collaborations and new approaches to the performer-audience relationship. She has performed at venues across North America, including Boston’s Jordan and Symphony Halls and New York’s Weill Recital Hall. She has been a guest artist at schools including the American University in Bulgaria, University of Toronto, Tufts University, Royal Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, SUNY Fredonia, Boston University, and Boston Conservatory. From 2006–2011, she was visiting assistant professor at University at Buffalo.