Summer Swee-Singh is a classically trained, award-winning pianist / keyboardist, music arranger, composer, backing vocalist, string contractor, ensemble leader, music director, and music educator. Masterful in a variety of genres, the UC Berkeley alumna performs classical, rock, pop, hip-hop, electronic, indie, rap, reggae, and more, as a solo pianist as well as backing touring and session musician. She occasionally dabbles on flute and violin as well. Having performed on famed stages including The Shrine Expo Hall (LA), Terminal 5 (NYC), and The Ellen DeGeneres Show, her studio/touring credits as a pianist/keyboardist, arranger (strings/keys/orchestral), composer, string contractor, flutist, and/or backing vocalist include the likes of Anthony Green, Chon, KSHMR, Circa Survive, Bebe Rexha, Naia Izumi, Chief Keef, Roddy Ricch, Until the Ribbon Breaks, Alexandra Shipp, Love, Alexa, Psychic Barber, Dayseeker, and more. She has had many of her instrumental arrangements and compositions reposted and/or praised by the likes of Skrillex, Anthony Green, Ed Banger Records, Polyphia, Mike Sapone, Campa (of the Cataracs), Steinway & Sons, Dustin Kensrue, Arnold Schwarzenegger, MainlyPiano, Audiomack, Buzzfeed, The Daily What, and more, resulting in Summer amassing an impressive number of YouTube video views and followers on her various social media profiles. Summer also founded and leads an all-female ethnically-diverse piano and string ensemble (as its sole pianist and string arranger/composer), called “Summer Swee-Singh & the Heartstrings”, comprised of a rotating roster of top-notch string players based in LA, NYC, and ATX, and herself; she and her ensemble can be hired for studio work, music videos, and tours / live one-off performance, working directly with the artist, producers, or management.