Despite being a recent addition to the Los Angeles area, Matt Weisberg is already a prominent figure in the widely varied music scene. Matt has made a name for himself as an award-winning and in-demand pianist/keyboardist, composer, educator, multi-instrumentalist session musician, and producer.
As a performer, Matt has worked with some of the best; notwithstanding being totally at ease in any genre and setting. Matt is a first-call session musician; his playing finding it's way into everything from major theatre productions and sketchers TV commercials to major label EP's.
Matt has worked with everyone from latin pop star, Estafano, REO speedwagon, various american idols, Matthew Morrison of “Glee", all of the finalists from “The Voice" of 2012, to a myriad of notable jazz all-stars. Ira Sullivan, Clare Fischer, Brian Lynch, Bill Watrous, Eric Marienthal, Pete Christlieb, Ramon Banda, John Heard, Katisse Buckingham, just to name a few.
His compositions can be heard in a multitude of media platforms, from movies on The Lifetime Network to television shows such as “Bones" and “Millionaire Matchmaker". s a composer and producer, his music has found it's way into the commercial settings of movie trailers, tv shows, and radio spots. Most recently, he has been producing music for MTV's, "10 on top", and feature films like "Big Momma's House III" and the Hallmark Channel's, "The Town Christmas Forgot".
Matt enjoys imparting has diverse knowledge and currently coaches the jazz combos at Harvard Westlake School, is a regular at LAMA, and teaches music out of his home studio in the Hollywood Hills equipped with a myriad of Nord Keyboards (naturally) and a Yamaha C1 grand piano; ready for recording sessions at a moment’s notice.

At age 4, Weisberg started his musical journey. Matt studied classical and pop songs on the piano until his teen years, when he added guitar to his musical arsenal. Matt was influenced by the usual rock/blues guitar gods like Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, but was also drawn to the technical mastery of some of the more esoteric "shred" players, such as Yngwie Malmsteen and Shawn Lane. His parents were not as enthused.
Matt was convinced that playing rock guitar was going to be his life's work until his first exposure to jazz at a Berklee College of Music summer camp. Weisberg was enticed by the sounds of Keith Jarrett, Bill Evans, and Oscar Peterson, and decided to further pursue it in a university setting.
Within eight months he was a competent jazz pianist and received a scholarship to study at the acclaimed University of Miami's school of music. In Miami, Matt had the opportunity to hone his skills with some of the best educators in the world. After his stint in South Florida, Matt made the move to the West Coast in '06.