Marshall Griffith is a jazz and classical pianist, composer and music educator. He has also been a soloist with numerous orchestras, chamber groups and jazz ensembles. He is a Resident Artist for the Music and Arts Program at The Cleveland Clinic and an artist for the Cleveland International Piano Competition Arts Connect program.
His compositions include chamber, opera and symphonic works and music for jazz ensembles. His music is published by Theodore Presser, Pleasing Dog Music and Belle Press. In 2014, he was presented the Distinguished Alumni Award from CIM in the category, Composer-Virtuoso.
Currently, Griffith is the pianist and director of music for The Temple Tifereth Israel in Beachwood, Ohio.
- BM and MM in composition, Cleveland Institute of Music
- Studied composition with Eugene O'Brien and Donald Erb and piano with Olga Radosavljevich
- DMA in composition, Indiana University
- Studied composition with John Eaton and piano with Wallace Hornibrook
Cleveland Institute of Music
Allegheny Music Festival
Faculty, summer 2005
Lakeland College Jazz Camp
Faculty, summer 2011–2013
The School of Fine Arts in Willoughby
Piano and improvisation teacher, 1977–1986