An emerging artist in contemporary classical music, percussionist Robert Rocheteau is known for diverse and engaging performances as a solo and chamber musician. Robert is an in-demand artist based in the Greater Baltimore/Washington D.C. area who enjoys performing widely across the United States. Recent highlights include guest artist performances with Classically Dope, guest artist performances with the Great Noise Ensemble at the Strathmore, and multiple performances at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Robert’s repertoire ranges from the classics of the 20th century to new works by contemporary composers.
Robert is a founding member of the Pierrot Ensemble The Victory Players. He is a passionate performer of new music, and regularly collaborates with artists and composers across the globe.
Robert completed his Master’s Degree as well as a Graduate Performance Diploma at the Peabody Conservatory of Music studying with marimba virtuoso Robert van Sice. During his time at Peabody, Robert was awarded the Mabel H. Thomas Prize in Performance. He completed his undergraduate studies with Ayano Kataoka and Thomas Hannum at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.