Cullan Bryant is among the most active collaborative pianists in New York, maintaining a schedule of over seventy recitals a year worldwide. He has performed with many world-class artists including Emanuel Borok, Misha Keylin, Oleh Krysa, Midori (Japan tour 2002), Peter Rejto, Paul Tobias, members of the Amati, American, and Borromeo Quartets, members of the New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera, Orchestra of St Luke’s, NYC Ballet, Boston and Detroit Symphonies in such venues as Merkin and Alice Tully Halls, Metropolitan Museum and Detroit’s Orchestra Hall.
He made his Carnegie Hall début in 1992 in recital with violinist Patmore Lewis. Cullan Bryant began playing at the age of two. At eleven he toured Arkansas and Texas including televised recitals. Awards include the Leschetizky International Competition, National Arts Club NY, Memphis Beethoven Competition, ARTS Competition and a certificate of outstanding citizenship from Arkansas’ governor. He studied with Robert Goldsand and Artur Balsam at Manhattan School of Music.