Rod Keiser


Tampa Bay-based pianist, Rod Keiser, has extensive experience in performing a variety of musical styles at a high level. He has performed as solo pianist and band member for nearly half a century. His experience ranges from his early solo classical piano recitals to gigging with rock legend Dickey Betts in the late 1960s, to touring with the United States Air Force Band as a jazz pianist.

Keiser was twice featured as solo pianist with the University of South Florida Symphony Orchestra, performing Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto with Jacque Abrams. Recently, Keiser opened (by invitation) for B.B. King’s 80th birthday tour with Midnight Mike and the Big Notes.

Currently, Keiser maintains an active career as a solo pianist/keyboardist. As a soloist, he performs as a private party pianist in Tampa, FL. His clients range from brides for wedding festivities, to Donald Trump, for repeat performances at his personal, south Florida estate.

His repertoire spans over 200 years, from Bach to Beatles to Bacharach and beyond