Dr. Peter Marshall
One of the more versatile musicians in the Atlanta area, Peter Marshall performs on piano, harpsichord and organ in a variety of settings. He has appeared as a soloist with major orchestras in Atlanta, Washington, D. C. (National Symphony), Richmond, Norfolk (Virginia Symphony), Buffalo and Columbus (Ohio), as well as with the chamber groups Hesperus and Folger Consort, and has given solo recitals in the United States and abroad.
Marshall holds the Hugh and Jessie Hodgson Keyboard Chair at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and performs numerous concerts with the ASO throughout the year. He was featured in Manuel de Falla’s Concerto for Harpsichord with the ASO at the Ojai Festival in 2006, and was the organ soloist in Janacek’s “Glagolitic” Mass at Carnegie Hall in 2010.
Active as an accompanist and coach in Atlanta since 1993, Marshall is in frequent demand as a pianist in vocal and instrumental recitals, and has appeared with Bent Frequency, Sonic Generator and the Southeastern Festival of Song.
Dr. Marshall joined the faculty of the Georgia State University in 2001. He had chaired the organ department at the Catholic University of America from 1984 to 1993, having previously taught at Duke University and served as its Chapel Organist. He holds degrees from Oberlin College and Yale University and studied at the Musikhochschule Lübeck as a Fulbright Scholar.