Institute of The Arts
2100 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Fl 33139
- SoBe Institute of the Arts - Piano Instructor, Group and Private, All Ages [2008 – current]
- Private Studio, All Ages, Los Angeles, Miami [2005-2008]
- Pitzer, Claremont Colleges: Independent Study [2003-2004]
- Claremont Colleges, Pitzer; B.A. With Honors in Piano Performance/Music 
- Aspen Music Festival and School [2002, 2004]
- Institute for European Studiies: Vienna 
- Hao Huang, Preethi de Silva [2000-2004] Claremont Colleges
- Jean David Coen [2002, 2004] Aspen Music Festival and school
- Gerold Stofsky  Institute for European Studies, Vienna
- Liera Antropova [1998-2000] Private Lessons, Miami
- American Premiere of Robert Chumbley’s Brahmsiana II 
- World Premiere of Carson Kievman’s Geneva on Tuesday 
- Recital: Schumann’s Carnaval at Temple Israel, Downtown Miami 
- Senior Recital at Scripps College, Bach’s Goldberg Variations. Liszt’s Totentanz (with the Claremont College Orchestra) 
Rudolph Polk Memorial Award in Music  Claremont Graduate Consortium, Endowment from Jascha Heifetz and Gregor Piatigorsky
Adam Chefitz was a teenage piano prodigy who at 17 learned to read
music and shortly thereafter began studying virtuoso repertoire. At
18, he played the Presto-Finale from Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata"
live on WTMI Classical Radio, with on-the-air praise from James Judd,
then conductor of the Florida Philharmonic.
He studied music at the Claremont Colleges in Los Angeles, where for his graduation recital he performed Bach's "Goldberg Variations" and
Liszt's "Totentanz", and where he won the the Rudolph Polk Memorial
Award in Music made possible by an endowment from Jascha Heifetz and Gregor Piatigorsky. He has attended the Aspen Music Festival and
School multiple times and studied in Vienna during his junior year
In December, 2010 he gave the world premiere of Carson Kievman's Geneva on Tuesday and in April, 2011 he gave the American premiere of Robert Chumbley's Brahmsiana II.
Adam is a passionate teacher to students of all ages at the Sobe Institute of the Arts.