Peter Regan is an Irish pianist. His playing has taken him from New York’s Carnegie Hall to Dublin’s National Concert Hall and the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto. His performances have been broadcast on RTÉ Lyric FM and RTÉ Radio One. Described as “a major talent” and as “the most individual and developed young Irish pianist I’ve heard in years” by Michael Dervan in the Irish Times, Peter earned his B.Mus from the Royal Conservatory of Toronto studying under John O'Conor and his M.Mus from the Royal College of Music studying under Gordon Fergus-Thompson.
As a concerto soloist, he has performed with Camerata Ireland, the Hibernian Orchestra and the Dublin Orchestral Players. He looks forward to playing with Artematica Orchestra in the coming season. He has also given solo and chamber music concerts at the Clandeboye Festival, the West Wicklow Festival, Summer Music at Semley, the Pallant House Proms in Chichester, St. James’s Church Piccadilly, the Boyle Arts Festival, Stoller Hall Manchester, Winterval Festival and the Westport Festival of Chamber Music, and in venues throughout Ireland, Switzerland, Italy, the UK, Spain and the U.S.A. While at the Glenn Gould School he presented and performed in “Kinaesthesia”, a multidisciplinary collaboration between students of the Glenn Gould School of Music and the Ballet Jörgen of Canada.
In addition to his performance activities, Peter is the founder and director of Fulham Fest Chamber Music Festival and looks forward to presenting its second edition in October 2022.