Deborah Gilwood has appeared as a soloist as well as a collaborator with numerous orchestras and ensembles, including the Long Island Philharmonic, Brooklyn Philharmonia, and Solisti New York. An active chamber musician, Ms. Gilwood has performed with Musical Elements, Infusion, the Alliance for American Song, the Eckert/Gilwood Piano Duo, and Blue Door with cellist Arthur Cook. She has participated in summer festivals at Tanglewood, Sarasota, Aspen, Siena, and Rutgers, and was a co-founder of the Blue Door Chamber Music series. Her recording with Mr. Cook, Censored by Hitler, the Rediscovered Masterpieces, can be heard on the Centaur label. Ms. Gilwood attended Mannes College of Music, and received performance degrees in Piano from SUNY Purchase and SUNY Stony Brook. Her principal teachers included Richard Goode, Gilbert Kalish and Lucy Greene. She currently teaches piano at Mt. Holyoke.