Solo Performances Steve
Schuch has delighted audiences across the U.S. and Europe. Fusing
Celtic/Folk roots with classical and contemporary influences, his
artistry works on many different levels. Classically trained on
violin, Schuch is also an accomplished singer/songwriter and guitarist.
Venues range from town halls and colleges to international folk
festivals and The Kennedy Center.
Concerts feature striking instrumental pieces, humor
and irrepressible singing. His energy and warmth captivate any size
audience. For larger shows, Schuch is often accompanied by Liza
DiSavino, Kent Allyn or David Surette from The
Night Heron Consort.
Types of Programs Offered
Adult and Family Concerts; Seasonal and Holiday Programs; Fundraisers;
Workshops on Songwriting and Storytelling; Parent/Educator Workshops;
Master Classes; Commissioned Work.
Concerts for Museums & Nature Centers: Music & Tales of Ireland
Songs & Tales of the Earth
A Symphony of Whales School Assemblies
Many of Steves pieces reflect his love for the
natural world. Haunting violin and whale calls... the wolves of
Mount Monadnock... a multimedia slide show on the rainforests...
a lively cold-blooded love song in honor of reptiles...
these are just a part of his wide-ranging repertoire. Contact
Steve for more information about the range of Solo Performances
my concerts, I try to achieve a balance between moments of real
beauty, some lighter songs and stories just for fun, and a few things
to stretch the audiences minds and voices, says
Steve. Like a growing number of artists, he donates ten percent
of his CD and book profits to world hunger and environmental groups.
Night Heron Music
72 Meeting Hill Rd.
Hillsborough, NH 03244
(603) 464-4321 e-mail
"Warmth and storytelling
magic" Los Angeles Times
"Impeccable musicianship." - The Boston Globe
Here's a player who doesn't recite music, he paints it." - The Lowell Sun
We invite you to hear sound samples,
feel free to choose an album below to access a multitude of
"Positively blew me away
with their sheer beauty." - Stereophile
Grant Eligibility Partial funding is available through several
sources, including the New England Foundation for the Arts, New
Hampshire State Council on the Arts, and Title II. Please call for
Technical Requirements Artist can supply own sound system for audiences
up to 400, as well as posters and publicity materials as needed.
A Tech Rider (specific to a given show) is available for larger
Heron Music 72 Meeting Hill Road, Hillsborough, NH 03244 USA
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