Thomas Rosenkranz was the recipient of the Classical Fellowship Award from the American Pianists Association and has performed throughout North America and Asia.

He has been a soloist with the Indianapolis Symphony, Sichuan Philharmonic Orchestra (China) and the National Orchestra (Lebanon).

He is a former Cultural Ambassador to Tunisia and Lebanon sponsored by the U.S. State Department and has been a visiting artist at numerous international festivals including New Music Week (Shanghai), Hong Kong Modern Academy, MusicArte (Panama) and the International Festival of Carthage (Tunisia).

He has been a soloist with the Indianapolis Symphony, Sichuan Philharmonic Orchestra (China) and the National Orchestra (Lebanon). He has completed three tours of China including performances at the Grand Theatre of Shanghai and the Poly Theatre of Beijing. He has been presented in masterclasses and residencies throughout North America and Asia including the Shanghai Conservatory, Sichuan Conservatory, Xinghai Conservatory, Xi’an Conservatory, Oberlin Conservatory, Princeton University and New York University. Since 2006 he has been on the faculty on the soundSCAPE Festival in Italy.

His recent solo release Toward the Curve on Oberlin Records features works for piano and electronics along side his solo improvisations. He studied with Robert Shannon at the Oberlin Conservatory, Yvonne Loriod in Paris and with Nelita True at the Eastman School of Music where he earned a masters, performers certificate, and a doctorate in music performance.

He is the coordinator of the piano program and an associate professor of piano at the College of Musical Arts at Bowling Green State University (USA). He recently became Co-Director of the Maccagno Piano Days Festival and Competition in Italy.