Pianist Nate Raskin is an assistant conductor at the Metropolitan Opera, having joined the roster for 2019’s Ring Cycle, and a staff coach for the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. He has been a member of the music staffs of Wolf Trap Opera, the Chautauqua Institution, and the Castleton Festival, and this season collaborates with the Philadelphia Orchestra in the same capacity. As a frequent recital partner, Mr. Raskin has been recently seen with singers in venues in South Korea, Washington D.C., Santa Fe, New York City, among others, and is featured this season in concert at the Park Avenue Armory in New York as well in the Carnegie Hall Citywide series. As an educator, he has taught diction classes at the Juilliard School and classes in art song at the Merit School of Music. Mr. Raskin is a graduate of the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program, The Juilliard School, and Northwestern University; he also trained at the Aspen Music Festival, the Middlebury College Language Schools, and in Vienna, Austria. He is indebted to his many mentors and teachers, including Ken Noda, Margo Garrett, Jonathan Feldman, Brian Zeger, Diane Richardson, Sylvia Wang, and Carolyn Hague.