Mark Anderson is currently Assistant Professor in Piano and Chamber Music at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Since beginning this position at UBC, he quickly established himself as a serious and committed pedagogue at the highest level for undergrad and graduate students through the DMA level.

Elsewhere, Mark Anderson has become one of America’s most respected pianists. His success as a performer and recording artist is testimony to his artistic achievement. Having been a prizewinner at such prestigious international competitions as the Leeds, Busoni, Tokyo, Kapell, and Dublin, Mr. Anderson now enjoys a list of rewarding engagements as recording artist, soloist, recitalist and chamber musician.

In addition to recording and performing, Mark is the executive director of New World Music Academy in Pleasanton, California.

Mark Anderson Hans von Bülow

Hans von Bülow was a German conductor, virtuoso pianist, and composer of the Romantic era. Hans von Bülow also wrote a substantial number of solo piano pieces, songs, chamber works and choral music. He very rarely featured his own music in his programmes, either as pianist or conductor; when questioned on this, his uncharacteristically modest response was that 'others have written much better things than mine'. Ultimately, he forfeited his own career as a creative artist to focus on authentic and dedicated interpretations of the works of others. Read more about Mark Anderson's Latest CD featuring the works of Hans von Bülow.