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Steve Larson (Piano)

Born: USA

The American classical pianist, Steve Larson, has performed on five continents as soloist and collaborator with other artists. His repertoire is all-encompassing, ranging from J.S. Bach to Pierre Boulez and includes the complete Well-Tempered Clavier of J.S. Bach, the 32 Sonatas of L.v. Beethoven, most of the works of Franz Liszt and such historical monuments as the Goldberg Variations (BWV 988), the Hammerklavier and the Concord Sonata.

Steve Larson is author of the technical manual Extreme Pianism. He is married to classical singer Markella Hatziano. They have one daughter, violinist Alexandra Larson.

Comment:
Other American musicians with the name Steve Larson:
Steve Larson - Jazz pianist, teacher at Oregon University
Sreve Larson - former lead guitarist for Lime Green, Dead Hot Workshop (1987-97), Dialectrics, Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers (1999-2005), and now plays in his own band, Steve Larson Band.
Steve Larson - organist at Grace Episcopal Church in Traverse City, Michigan; accompanist at Interlochen Arts Academy; composer.
Steve Larson - violist and teacher at the Hartt School: Music Dance Theatre.

Source: STYVYN Website; Liner notes to the album “Prologue” (Classical Masterworks, 2006)
Contributed by
Aryeh Oron (June 2011)

Steve Larson: Short Biography | Recordings of Instrumental Works

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