Peter has played with both modern and period instrument groups throughout his career. The Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, The London Symphony Orchestra, The London Sinfonietta, and as concertmaster of the Philharmonia Orchestra under Rostropovich. He was concertmaster for Trevor Pinnock and the English Concert for 7 years, played with Roger Norrington, the Academy of Ancient music and the Orchestra of Age of Enlightenment. During this time, a vision of a new type of string quartet emerged; the Eroica Quartet was formed with colleagues from the world of period instrument performance.
Recordings of all the Mendelssohn quartets, all the Schumann quartets and various Beethoven quartets soon followed on the Harmonia Mundi label. In February 2012, their recordings of the Ravel and Debussy quartets were released.
Peter has been the concertmaster for Sir John Eliot Gardiner’s Orchestre Revolutionaire et Romantique for over 25 years appearing on nearly all their recordings and concerts. In November, 2012, he was the concertmaster soloist with John Eliot Gardiner for a European tour playing Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis, which also went to the U.S., where they played in Carnegie Hall, NY and Orange County, CA. In October 2013, they toured Switzerland and neighbouring countries.
As a director of music, he has a permanent place in the Carmel Bach Festival in California. This requires three chamber music concerts, directing two string orchestra concerts and being concertmaster for several festival orchestra concerts.
Peter directs concerts with other orchestras; Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Kymi Sinfonia from Finland and Orquesta da Camera near Barcelona. After a televised BBC Promenade concert in London in 2014, he had tours to Spain, Hungary, Taiwan and Japan. In 2015 trips to Mexico and Columbia, then Holland, France, Switzerland and recently has been guest concertmaster for the Luxembourg Philharmonic.