Alejandro Cremaschi received both his Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in Piano Performance from the University of Minnesota. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Piano Performance from the University of Maryland in Baltimore, and a Licenciado en Piano degree from the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, in Mendoza, Argentina. He studied the piano with Dora De Marinis, Nancy Roldan and Lydia Artymiw. Praised as an intelligent and sensitive pianist, he has performed with the orchestras of the Universidad de Cuyo, University of Minnesota, University of Maryland Baltimore and the National Symphony Orchestra of Argentina in numerous cities worldwide, including Washington DC, Baltimore, Buenos Aires, Guadalajara, Ottawa, Montreal, Pittsburgh, London, and New York. Alejandro Cremaschi teaches the piano at the School of Music of Ohio University in the United States. He has adjudicated in several regional and state competitions, including the Buckeye State Competition, the Columbus Teachers Association Competition, and the West Virginia Music Teachers Association High School Competition, and in May 2001 he was a prize winner at the International Beethoven Sonata Piano Competition in Memphis, Tennessee. He is a recognized specialist in the area of group piano pedagogy and music technology, and has published articles in scholarly journals in these fields. For the last six years, he has been intensely involved in the performance and recording of music by Latin American and Argentinian composers. He has participated in several CD recording projects produced by the Argentine Fundación Ostinato, and has performed this repertoire throughout cities in North America in concerts, recitals, lectures and presentations.