Donald Marzec is a versatile pianist/keyboardist with a diverse music background
including classical, jazz, pop, rock, funk, R&B, folk, country, and world music.
He has a master of music degree from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music in piano performance
and a bachelor of music degree in piano performance from Shenandoah College and Conservatory of Music in Winchester, VA,
where he received the award for the most outstanding graduating pianist. He has taught piano lessons for many years, courses in music appreciation at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg campus, and worked as a church music director for many years.
Don's public performances include piano recitals for the Smithsonian Performing Arts Series in Washington, D.C., and other locations,
entertainment for weddings, private parties, reception for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and as keyboard player and vocal accompanist at the
Seminal Hard Rock Casino, Tampa, FL. He has also played organ, guitar, wooden flute, and recorder for concerts in Italy, including
Florence, Milan, Assisi, and at St. Peters Basilica and St. Ignatius, the largest cathedral in Rome.
Don has also sang in the Tampa Bay Master Chorale, joining other renowned choruses to perform and record for Telarc Compact Discs
under the direction of Robert Shaw. In addition, Don has played in Jazz fusion and rock bands, including Maddogs and Sacred Fire
(Joe Cocker and Santana tribute bands) at the Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg, FL, Skippers Smokehouse in Tampa, FL and at various
performing arts and community centers. He currently enjoys working in a new rock band with Michael Monarch, the original guitarist for
Steppenwolf and David Dix, the drummer for The Outlaws.
Don is available to play a variety of pop, jazz, and classical piano favorites for restaurants, parties, receptions, and other occasions.