Pianist, Thomas Rosenkranz has performed all over the United States in solo, chamber and improvisation concerts. He has been praised for giving a "highly imaginative program that was the freshest I've heard in many seasons"- (Houston Chronicle). He has performed at such venues as the 92 Street Y, Miller Theatre, and Symphony Space in New York City, at the University of Oregon's "Festival of the Millennium", as well as a 13-city tour throughout Japan and Taiwan as a member of the Eastman Wind Ensemble.
He was the 1999 National Winner at the MTNA Collegiate Artist Piano Competition, and has been a guest artist at the Georgia, Pennsylvania, Hawaii, and Washington State Music Teacher's Conventions. His performances have been broadcast world wide as part as the WGBH Boston Program, Art of the States.
Thomas has worked with some of the most important composers of today, including John Adams, George Crumb, and Frederic Rzewski. He recently performed Rzewski's epic piano work "The People United will Never Be Defeated!" at Albright and Moravian Colleges in Pennsylvania and his performance was described as "a towering, passionate interpretation that made the concert one that will be very hard to shake off"- (Reading Times)
Thomas graduated with his Bachelor's of Music from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and his Master's of Music and Performer's Certificate from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. He will be pursuing his Doctorate Degree at Eastman continuing his studies with Nelita True.