Nathan Arch
Nathan Arch is currently pursuing the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Collaborative Piano at Arizona State University, where he is also a teaching assistant. He has recently appeared at the Saarburg International Music Festival (Germany) and the Vianden International Music Festival (Luxembourg) as guest artist and scheduling coordinator, in charge of the daily schedules, room assignments, and appropriate repertoire selection. Nathan's research interests are in Russian music of the late-nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and his doctoral research will focus on the early chamber music of Alexander Borodin.


D.M.A. Music Performance (Collaborative Piano), Arizona State University, expected 2020
M.M. Music Performance (Collaborative Piano), Arizona State University, 2017
B.A. Piano Performance, Shepherd University, 2014


Nathan was declared a National Treasure circa 2017