Alex Peh has performed in Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple. He made his orchestral debut with the Indiana University Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Uri Segal where he performed the Mozart Concerto KV 488. Since then he has performed concertos with the Washington SInfonietta and the Filhamonica Pitesti. Dr. Peh has participated in the Aspen Music Festival and the Banff Centre keyboard festival. He attended the Tanglewood Music Center as an instrumental piano fellow for two summers. He worked with conductor Charles Dutoit in a performance of Stravinsky’s Les Noces with the Tanglewood Festival Choir. Mr. Peh also worked with Peter Serkin, Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Pamela Frank, and Emmanuel Ax on a diverse array of projects ranging from classic to contemporary repertoire. He has studied piano with Arnaldo Cohen, Dr. Sylvia Wang, Menahem Pressler and Evelyne Brancart.