Rebecca Steinberg is a vibrant presence on the music scene in New York City and beyond. An accomplished trumpet player, Rebecca has taken the stage at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Radio City Music Hall, Symphony Space, and many other venues large and small. Rebecca has appeared on “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert; performed in the orchestra of Adele's Radio City Music Hall Special on NBC; and served as the trumpet chair of the Off-Broadway production "Di Goldene Kale," a 2016 Drama Desk nominee and New York Times Critics’ Pick. She has also played as an orchestral musician with the Mimesis Ensemble, DCINY Orchestra, Metro Chamber Orchestra, Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra, Metropolis Ensemble, and Manhattan Symphonie.
She is a founding member of Calliope Brass, an innovative and versatile ensemble inspired by the power of storytelling through music. With Calliope Brass, Rebecca assisted with development of their interactive educational show "What's Your Story?", which is currently being presented throughout the tri-state area (and beyond!).
Rebecca is a passionate educator who works as a teaching artist in the NYC public schools and is on faculty at Third Street Music School Settlement and the Dwight-Englewood School (NJ). Rebecca was the recipient of the 2018 Liz Swados Inspiration Grant, which serves to honor an influential female music educator in New York City. Rebecca received her degree from Manhattan School of Music.