With a spirited fervor for new music and a nuanced vision for the traditional repertoire, Maeve Feinberg (the newest Member of the Spektral Quartet) locked into the Spektral vibe as though she'd been playing with them for years. She shares their absurd sense of humor and that means that you can expect Spektral Quartet concerts to retain and even embolden their weird wonderfulness.

Maeve hails from New York City, and studied at the New England Conservatory (with Lucy Chapman) and the Universität Mozarteum (with Paul Roczek). Her chamber music credits include the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Program, the Sandor Vegh Institut für Kammermusik, Kneisel Hall Music Festival, the Sarasota Music Festival, and most recently, she was a Composers Conference Contemporary Performance Institute Fellow.

Maeve's love of contemporary music can be traced back in part to the New York apartment in which she grew up. Her father, concert soloist Alan Feinberg, has over 200 premieres to his credit, including the world premieres of Charles Ives's "Emerson" Piano Concerto and John Cage's Piano Concerto. We can make an educated guess that there was 1000% more Feldman being played in her childhood home than in any of ours...