Mark Shuldiner historical keyboards, is a graduate of Oberlin Conservatory’s Historical Performance program, where he studied harpsichord with Webb Wiggins. Mr. Shuldiner has also enjoyed additional instruction from such keyboard luminaries as Emanuel Ax and Davitt Moroney. Recent projects have included playing harpsichord, celeste, and organ for staged productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Benjamin Britten as well as a production of Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea under the direction of Stephen Stubbs. Mark led a performance of Charpentier’s Les Arts Florissants to great acclaim on a fringe concert at the 2009 Boston Early Music Festival. A rising star of the Chicago early music scene, Mark has performed with Chicago-based ensembles such as The Newberry Consort, Music of the Baroque, the Grant Park Symphony Orchestra, Baroque Band, the B.B.E., and Rook. While maintaining a rigorous performing schedule, Mark also runs his own harpsichord repair and rental workshop and has provided tuning and maintenance solutions to many notable clients including The Lyric Opera of Chicago, Music of the Baroque, and Chicago Opera Theater.