Thomas Weaver is a composer and pianist whose active solo and chamber career has included performances throughout major cities in the United States and Germany. He joined the faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music in 2015.
He has collaborated with Kenneth Radnofsky, Elmira Darvarova, David Amram, and Eric Ruske, as well as members of major symphony orchestras. An active chamber musician, Mr. Weaver is currently a member of the Amram Ensemble and New England Chamber Players. A champion of new music, Weaver has premiered numerous works both in the United States and abroad.
Mr. Weaver’s compositions have been heard throughout the United States, Germany, Austria, and Japan. His music has been programmed by a variety of ensembles, including the Boston University Symphony Orchestra, Daraja Ensemble, Alea III, and the Mannes American Composers Ensemble.
Mr. Weaver holds a Master of Music degree in piano performance and composition from Mannes College, where he studied with Victor Rosenbaum and David Loeb. He also attended Boston University, studying piano with Anthony di Bonaventura and Pavel Nersessian, and composition with Martin Amlin and Dr. John Wallace. He is also on faculty at Boston University’s Tanglewood Institute.