Peter Kater Concert

ARTS 46/4 presents Grammy Winning Pianist and Composer Live in Concert for one night only.

Experience a beautiful evening and allow yourself to be transported by the music and magic that is Peter Kater.

Multi-platinum selling Pianist/Composer Peter Kater has been leading innovator of contemporary instrumental music for over 30 years. He’s received many awards and accolades for his rich and diverse music including a Grammy Award for Best New Age album in 2018 plus 12 Grammy nominations over the last 13 years. A prolific composer, he’s released over 60 critically acclaimed recordings and has scored the music for over 100 television and film productions including 11 On & Off-Broadway dramatic plays. From solo piano and contemporary jazz ensembles to full orchestral works his music is heard all over the world crossing many genres from the Olympics, the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall to the treatment rooms of hundreds of thousands massage and healing practitioners. He is known for his many groundbreaking collaborations with musicians such as Native American flutist R. Carlos Nakai; Tibetan flutist Nawang Khechog; Sting guitarist Dominic Miller and Sacred Chantress Snatam Kaur. And as avid environmentalist and humanitarian Peter is a proud recipient of the Environment Leadership Award from the United Nations.

Peter’s music continues to grow and evolve and has found it’s way into the 2000 and 2004 World Olympics, the Kentucky Derby, the Wild World of Sports and countless television shows like Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, LifeStyles of the Rich & Famous and Bay Watch to name just few. He’s scored the music for acclaimed television series like “How The West Was Lost”; “Wild America”; “Civil War: The Untold Story”; “Eco-Challenge“ and “Joseph Campbell’s MYTHOS series” and films like “SIRIUS”, “The Legend of Secret Pass” and “10 Questions For The Dalai Lama”. He’s given concerts throughout the USA, Europe, Japan and South Korea including performances at the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, JFK Stadium in Washington DC, Red Rocks Amphitheater in Denver and the United Nations in NYC where he received the prestigious United Nations Environment Leadership Award.