Steven Neugarten

Steven Neugarten (piano) is a pianist and sometime celesta, chamber organ,
harpsichord and bongo player. He works at GSMD, RAM, RCM,
TrinityLaban & regularly accompanied the National Youth Wind Orchestra’s
London auditions.

Early in his career he performed Bartok’s Sonata for 2 Pianos and Percussion with
Thomas Adès in the Barbican Hall, recorded a CD of 20th Century British piano
music for Metier Sound and Vision and performed Morton Feldman’s (84-minute)
Trio at the Venice Biennale in 2000. More recently, he was soloist in Shostakovich’s
concerto for piano, trumpet and strings, pianist with Slot Machine Theatre’s show at
the Swaledale Festival: “The Boy, The Piano & The Beach” worked on the film “Stan
and Ollie” and performed Dvorak’s seldom-heard piano concerto.

In addition to having performed solo piano works by composers ranging
from William Byrd to John Adams, he’s built up a vast and still expanding
repertoire of chamber music and songs, and has worked with many choirs,
opera companies and orchestras. Steven has a degree in Physics from Bristol
University and has twice run the London Marathon