Described as a “commanding” singer by a recent Boston Globe review, Peter Walker enjoys a varied career as a singer of early and classical music. Recent performances include bass solos in BWV 36, BWV 147 and BWV 236 with the Handel + Haydn Society, the title role in Telemann’s Pimpinone with the Texas Early Music Project, and singing in St. Petersburg, Moscow, and London with the Clarion Society Choir, as well as appearances with Three Notch’d Road, GRAMMY-nominated Clarion Society Choir, Kuhmo Kamarimusiiki, Staunton Music Festival, Early Music New York, GRAMMY-nominated Skylark Ensemble, Blue Heron, Pomerium, Texas Early Music Project, Gotham Early Music, and Cappella Romana. Peter is a member of the storytelling and music duo Chapter House, has presented lectures on early music at Vassar College and the University of Virginia, and won the Overseas Class in the Lowland and Border Pipers’ Society Competition in 2016. He is a member of the Schola Cantorum at the Oratory of Saints Cyril and Methodius, and is a founding member of medieval ensemble Twa Corbies. Peter holds degrees from Vassar College and McGill University, where he studied with Drew Minter and Sanford Sylvan. In addition to performing, Peter is active as a researcher of early music ranging from the early Middle Ages to the eighteenth century. He serves as an artistic advisor for Three Notch’d Road, and his transcriptions, translations, arrangements, and compositions have been performed by Three Notch’d Road, Cantata Profana, Staunton Music Festival, and GRAMMY-nominated Skylark Ensemble.