Aron Kallay’s playing has been called “exquisite…every sound sounded considered, alive, worthy of our wonder” (LA Times) and “explosive and awe-inspiring” (UnTwelve). Aron is an award-winning solo and chamber musician who has performed throughout the United States and abroad. As a champion of contemporary composers, microtonal music, and music that combines electronics with acoustic instruments, he is dedicated to expanding the repertoire by commissioning new works that challenge the idea of what it means to be a pianist in the 21st century. Aron is also the co-director and co-founder of People Inside Electronics (PiE), a concert series that features new and classic electro-acoustic music, and the managing-director of MicroFest. He is on the faculty of the USC, Chapman University, and Pomona College where he teaches piano, electro-acoustic media, and music technology.