Mark Pinkus

Mark was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He began composing solo piano music the moment he sat down at the piano at the age of 7. His first piece was called The Cat and the Rain. Mark's music reflects his love for nature, love and relationships, moods, travel and his quest for peace and tranquility. Mr. Clyde Gilmour, broadcaster and host of CBC's Gilmour's Albums wrote about Mark's music: "Beautiful little stories without words." Mark's music plays around the world on new age radio stations, online internet programs, and satellite programs. Mark has sold over 300,000 units of his recordings on the international market.  Mark is recording his 13th album this winter. His last album Feeling Right At Home won the award for Best Original Solo Piano Album at the EPR music awards held in September 2017 at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Mark also writes books and composes music for documentaries. He loves to perform his music in Canada and abroad.