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, neo-soul, funk, 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 with artists at famed venues including Fenway Park (Boston), Rogers Center (Toronto, ON), T-Mobile Center (Kansas City), Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Chicago (Tinley Park), Rice-Eccles Stadium (Salt Lake City), Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas), Banc of California Stadium (Los Angeles), The Shrine Expo Hall (Los Angeles), Terminal 5 (New York City), World Expo 2020 – Dubai (December 2021, UAE), Snapdragon Stadium (San Diego), and The Ellen DeGeneres Show, for live audiences up to 55,000 people, her studio/touring credits as a pianist/keyboardist, arranger (strings/keys/orchestral), composer, string contractor, flutist, and/or backing vocalist include the likes of Polyphia, Anthony Green, Chon, KSHMR, Circa Survive, Bebe Rexha, Chief Keef, Roddy Ricch, Gashi, Keiynan Lonsdale, Kings Elliot, Naia Izumi, Mothé, Until the Ribbon Breaks, Thunder Jackson, Alexandra Shipp, Psychic Barber, Nikitaa, Alex Siegel, Love, Alexa, Dayseeker, and more. She has had many of her instrumental arrangements and compositions reposted and/or praised by the likes of Skrillex, Matt Bellamy (of Muse), 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, from her self-produced videos. She’s additionally been interviewed by LA Weekly, Pianist Magazine, Pianote, Voyage LA, Shoutout LA, etc. and was featured in a Jubilee video titled “Musicians Rank Themselves by Talent” which then received coverage from the likes of TwoSetViolin and ImDontai.