Board Chair, Director of Arts & Culture UMBC, Pianist
Thomas Moore, director of arts and culture at UMBC, oversees a broad portfolio of marketing, media relations, public relations, advertising, development, brand development and implementation, audience development, special cultivational events and outreach. His work advances the arts, humanities and social sciences, working most closely with the Departments of Dance, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts; the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture; the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery; the Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts; the Imaging Research Center; the Dresher Center for the Humanities; and other units. He served on the planning team for UMBC's new Performing Arts and Humanities Building (a $170 million facility opened in 2014). As a pianist, Thomas Moore has received acclaim throughout the United States and Europe for his performances, lectures and recordings. His performances can be heard on Neuma Records, Chen Li Music, 10 West Records, O.O. Discs, and Spectrum Records. He has been featured on the Interpretations Series (New York), at the Smithsonian Institution, the San Francisco Center for New Music, Judson Church (New York), Experimental Intermedia (New York), Arizona State University, Brigham Young University, Clark University, Florida International University, New England Conservatory, Stanford University, the University at Buffalo, the University of Maryland, Wesleyan University, the University of Wisconsin, and numerous other colleges, universities and venues.