is a 35 year veteran of the entertainment business and
has performed in South America and the Caribbean, as well
as Hawaii and many parts of the United States. He is also
a frequent and popular performer at colleges and universities
throughout the United States. Some of his many credits
· Played for the President of South Africa Nelson
Mandela at the Rainbow Room in New York City.
· Played the Negro National Anthem at the request
of Winnie Mandela during a VIP Reception of the Stuart
Educational Leadership Group in Richmond, Virginia.
· Performed for the African American Institute
Awards Dinner honoring President Jimmy Carter at the
United Nations in New York City.
· Performed for Awards Dinner for David Rockefeller,
Sr. at Rockefeller University in New York City.
· Played for fundraiser for former New York
City Mayor Honorable David N. Dinkins.
· Played for Nobel Peace Prize Winner Bishop
Desmond Tutu at the United Nations in New York City.
· Played for African American Institute Awards
Dinner in New York City honoring founder and chairman
of Microsoft Corp.William Gates.
· Played for Awards Dinner honoring entertainer
and activist Harry Belafonte in New York City.
· Performed for Author Toni Morrison at Salisbury
State University in Maryland.
· Performed for Reception at Rutgers University
honoring First Lady of Ghana, Dr. Nana Konadu Ageyman-Rawlings.
· Performed in concert at the Guggenheim Museum
in New York City.
· Performed at the Museum of Modern Art for
the opening of their new wing.
· Performed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
for The New York Times.
The album, “Keith Marks Foreign Funk”,
is a collection of popular tunes with a “funky
twist”. Two songs, Foreign Funk and Patsy are
original compositions by Keith. You will find yourself
unconsciously swaying and tapping your hands and feet
to the beat of his magnetic flute.
Keith once stated that “My flute is CONNECTED
to my central nervous system.” Over the years
thousands of fans have joyously shared that CONNECTION.