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Steven Schoenberg

Steven Schoenberg is a dynamic, award-winning composer/pianist whose talents cross into musical theater, classical compositions, film scoring, children’s music, and solo improvisational piano performances. His acclaimed recordings, Pianoworks and Three Days in May, are now available on CD. After a finger injury stopped his piano improvisational concerts in the early 1990’s, Schoenberg is back with the newly released Steven Schoenberg Live, An Improvisational Journey. He regularly performs improvisational piano concerts and has appeared at concert halls throughout the United States. His recent film scores include the documentaries Monica and David, for HBO to air in 2010, A Class Apart, for the PBS series American Experience; An Act of Conscience, for Showtime; and Farmingville, which opened the 2005 PBS series POV

Christmas Reimagined

Label: Sonic Veil
Released: 2014
Track listing: We Wish You a Merry Christmas; Carol of the Bells; Here We Come a- Wassailing; Little Drummer Boy/Joy to the World; The Christmas Song; We Three Kings; God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen; Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas; My Favorite Things; Do You Hear What I Hear?; Auld Lang Syne; Angels We Have Heard On High; Silent Night; I'll Be Home For Christmas.

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Little Drummer Boy/Joy to the World

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Label: Sonic Veil
Released: 2014
Duration: 3:03

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Steven Schoenberg: Christmas Reimagined

Read "Christmas Reimagined" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Categorization is an anti-entropic effort to describe similar, but not equal, things for comparative reasons. So was my thinking when I began my review of pianist Steven Schoenberg's recording Steven Schoenberg Live: An Improvisational Journey (Quabbin Records, 2009) with: “Like the face of Helen launching a thousand ships, for better or worse, Keith ...

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Steven Schoenberg Performs Live at Harlem in the Himalayas Music Series

Steven Schoenberg Performs Live at Harlem in the Himalayas Music Series

Friday, May 7th, 2010 7:00p to 8:30pat Rubin Museum of Art, New York, NYPrice: $18.00 in advance / $20.00 day of Member $16.20Phone: (212) 620-5000 $18.00 in advance / $20.00 day ofMember Price: $16.20 This marks Steven Schoenberg's first New York concert since the release of Steven Schoenberg Live: An Improvisational Journey. He is a ...

Steven Schoenberg Live: An Improvisational Journey

Label: Quabbin Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Day and Night; After Dark; Purple Sky; In the Darkness; The January Blues; Notes; Father and Son; A Time for Peace; American Encore.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Steven Schoenberg: Steven Schoenberg Live: An Improvisational Journey

Read "Steven Schoenberg Live: An Improvisational Journey" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Like the face of Helen launching a thousand ships, for better or worse, Keith Jarrett's 1975 Koln Concert (ECM) inspired a like number of improvisational piano recitals (half of which were ultimately Jarrett's own) and the entire genre of “New Age" solo piano music. This spontaneous creativity is, at best an inspiration, and at worst, a ...


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