2018 Grammy Winning Pianist-Composer, Peter Kater, presents a passionate and alluring recording that is rhapsodic and abundant with emotion. “Wings” soars, swoops and dives deep into the heart and soul of the listener. Release date is August 30.
“Wings” displays a fresh new beauty and depth in Peter’s compositions and piano artistry. From spacious intimate passages through gusts of whirlwind delight, this music will enliven and lift you, almost as if you had wings.
“It’s already #1 on Amazon,” Peter said about his new single to eurweb.com. “It’s passionate and soaring. (The concept) It’s about things in my life. I was seeing wings and birds everywhere.”
Kater recently performed in Hawaii and in Maryland at the Maryland Theatre of the Performing Arts (MTPA) in Annapolis – to a sold-out crowd.
“It was excellent, packed – sold out,” he told Eunice Moseley/eurweb.com. “I’ll be coming back next summer.”
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About Peter Kater
Grammy-Winning/Multi-Platinum selling Pianist/Composer Peter Kater has been a leading innovator of contemporary instrumental music for over 3 decades. He s received many awards and accolades for his rich and diverse music including 13 Grammy Award nominations.
A prolific composer, he s released over 70 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; Sting guitarist Dominic Miller and Sacred Chantress Snatam Kaur and archival songstress, Peia Luzzi. And as avid environmentalist and humanitarian Peter is a proud recipient of the Environment Leadership Award from the United Nations.