Vered Reznik has performed in solo and chamber music recitals throughout Europe, Israel and the United States. She has recorded for Austrian national television and radio and performed live on numerous occasions for Israeli national radio.

Ms. Reznik currently performs solo and chamber music throughout the New York and Boston areas. She gave her New York Debut at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall in 2012. Recent engagements have included Columbia University, Lefrak Hall at Queens College, the Goethe Institute of Boston, and the Emelin Theater. She has also performed at Old Westbury Gardens, Boston University, the Gardiner Museum, and the SUNY Purchase Arts Center. She has performed live on CSPAN and was a featured performer on WQXR's "Young Artists Showcase". Ms. Reznik is also the pianist and co-founder of the trio ‘Musical Wisdom’. Musical Wisdom performs interactive family concerts that introduce children to classical music throughout the tri-state area.

Vered has performed throughout Europe, including the Beethovenhaus in Bonn, the European Parliament in Strasbourg, Oslo’s Munch Museum, the Vienna Jewish Museum and various venues throughout Austria, Italy, the Czech Republic and the former Yugoslavia. She has appeared in Israel at the Tel Aviv and Israel Museums, the Henry Crown Hall at the Jerusalem Theater, the Mormon University, the Mishkenot Sha’ananim music center and the Jerusalem YMCA. Vered was a recipient of the American-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship for ten consecutive years and was awarded second prize at the foundation’s Claremont Piano Competition. Her festival appearances have included the Bayreuth Festival, the Janacek Festival, the Abu Ghosh Festival, and the Israel Festival.

As a soloist, Ms. Reznik performed the D-minor Mozart concerto and Saint-Saens' Carnival of the Animals with orchestras in Israel and Austria. She was also a founder and pianist of the Amber Trio which debuted at Vienna's Concert House in 1994, and took the first prize at the 1994 Jeunesses Musicale international competition. The trio was broadcast on Austrian and Bavarian radio, and was featured in a televised documentary.

Vered is a graduate of the New England Conservatory (M.M), the Rubin Academy of Music in Jerusalem (B.M), and chamber music studies at the Music Hochschule in Vienna. She has studied piano with Ilana Gutman and Michael Bogoslavsky, theory and composition with Robert Cogan, and chamber music with the Alban Berg Quartet. Since 2001 she has been studying with Sophia Rosoff in New York City.

Vered is an Abby Whiteside teacher and is a member of the piano faculty at the Hoff-Barthelson Music School in Scarsdale, New York. She lives in Mamaroneck, New York with her husband and daughter.