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Carrie Feiner (born September 17, 1957) is founder and manager of Carrie Feiner Enterprises, a music and entertainment business based in New York. She represents over 100 performers in over 500 events nationally.[no citations needed here]
Feiner graduated from Scarsdale High School in Scarsdale, New York in 1975. She graduated from Mannes College of Music in New York City with a Bachelor of Music in 1979, and received a Master of Music degree from the Juilliard School in 1981. In college and graduate school she was a piano major and studied with Josef Raieff. She began her career as a classical pianist, performing solo and in ensembles including at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall[no citations needed here] and winning various competition prizes.Template:Which
She has arranged events for New York City mayors John Lindsay, Ed Koch, and Rudy Giuliani, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, author Eli Wiesel, the New York Mets baseball team, Metropolitan Opera conductor James Levine, flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal, and newsman Walter Cronkite.[no citations needed here] In 2005, she became concert manager for the classical concert pianist Sara Davis Buechner.[no citations needed here] She currently books over 40 performances per year in the USA and Canada.[no citations needed here] She currently lives in Scarsdale, New York with her husband and her four daughters.
Awards and recognition
Template:BLP unsourced section Feiner was the winner of the Myrtle Wreath Award, Magda Dahl prize for contributions to the field of music, and in 1997, 1998 and 1999 recognized by the March of Dimes Foundation for her work in the entertainment industry, including her work with the restaurant chain The Cheesecake Factory.
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