Mark Kroll has been acclaimed as one of the world’s leading harpsichordists and pianists. During a career spanning over a quarter century, he has performed throughout North and South America and Europe, winning critical praise for his expressive playing and virtuosity. Equally active in the solo, chamber music, and concerto repertoire, Kroll collaborates frequently with noted musicians and ensembles, and has appeared as concerto soloist with some of the world’s major orchestras, including the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Boston Symphony. He has also served as the harpsichordist for the Boston Symphony since 1979. Mark Kroll has made over 25 recordings, as well as numerous radio and television appearances in this country and abroad. He is Professor of Harpsichord and Piano at Boston University, where he directs the Early Music Series and serves as Chairman of the Department of Historical Performance.