Piano composer Tim Neumark will perform Aug. 24 at 3 p.m. at St. Bernard Catholic Church in the Heights.
Neumark, who spent much of his youth in Maryland, developed a taste for classical and new age music in his teenage years. But it wasn’t until his later high school years that he discovered his talent for the piano. He released his debut CD in 2007.
Neumark’s music is a blend of new age, classical and inspirational styles. He has been influenced by artists such as David Lanz, John Tesh, Yanni, Kostia, and Antonin Dvorak. His inspiration comes from his feelings and thoughts about the world and people around him. He also enjoys arranging music that was originally orchestral, creatively mimicking the instrumental combinations and recreating the feeling of the piece. He enjoys playing at churches and has even been known to wow a crowd in grocery stores and hotels, or anywhere there is a piano.