do Michelangelo, Handel and Maya Angelou all have in common?
They all received commissions that enabled them to produce some
of their finest work. For many artists today, commissions still
play a vital role in allowing them to do what they do best.
A commission may include the debut performance of the
new work, a recording of the work, or both. In most cases, the
author/composer retains rights to the future performances and
recordings, with an acknowledgment to the sponsorship or grant
that helped make it possible.
fine... Schuch brings as much intelligence and skill to folk
music as he does to classical." - The Boston Globe
Currier Gallery of Art
of Steve's most memorable commissions involved creating a violin
solo that musically interpreted Picasso's 'Woman Seated in a
Chair'. From this geometrically fragmented Picasso painting,
Steve created a wildly in-depth geometrically fragmented composition.
The piece blended together beautifully, mathematically, and
works include PBS soundtracks, waltzes for 50th anniversaries,
corporate events, choral works, a historical piece based
on the Danish resistance to the Nazi Holocaust - and much
more. Give a call or e-mail
Steve to ask what he can do for you.