Tim Peck is a noted composer and performer hailing from the Quiet Corner of Connecticut. His two most recent albums—Rivulets (2016) and Ms. Matched (2007)—feature original works for jazz piano trio.

The Tim Peck Trio is modeled on a traditional jazz piano trio. Incorporating acoustic and electronic instruments, the trio blends traditional and genre-bending song forms into engaging original and arranged pieces.

Carte Noire, Tim’s other group, is a free music ensemble that explores the textural sonic possibilities and dynamic interplay of piano, flute, and a rotating cast of collaborators. In addition to its active performance schedule, Carte Noire also presents concerts, discussions, and workshops in free music, active listening, and collaborative music-making in New England communities and schools.

Currently, Tim is Artist-in-Residence and Director of Contemporary Music at Pomfret School, a coeducation boarding and day school, where he guides students through a centuries-old musical conversation, teaching courses in Contemporary Music, musicianship, composition, and music production.

Tim received his Master of Music in Modern American Music from the Longy School of Music of Bard College in Cambridge, MA.

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