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Saxophonist - Composer - Educator

               

Saxophonist, Steven “Steve” Frieder is a New York native. Since graduating as the valedictorian of the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in 2013, he has built a reputation not only as a fierce jazz tenor-man, but also as a versatile musical artist in the Blues, Funk, Rock, Pop, Classical and free improvising musics. 

Steven has performed at the Bern Jazz Festival, Jack Kleinsinger’s Highlights in Jazz and with his own original quintet at the Metropolitan Room. He has toured Greece with NYC funk singer Milo Z, and recorded with  Jon Burr, Jerome Jennings, Mike Eckroth, and Bob Meyer. In concert, Steven has played with Cameron Brown, Judy Silvano, Alvester Garnett, Bria Skonberg, Billy Mintz, Bob Magnuson, Jim Cammack, Milo Z, Armen Donelian and Marc Mommaas. 

Increasingly in demand, Steven continues to work for many entertainment companies including On the Move, Silver Arrow Band, Elan Artists and others, which book high end weddings and corporate events.  In January 2020, he will be going on tour with the band Magic Giant, with 34 dates from January 16 - February 27. The tour features a combined set with Magic Giant and American Authors. www.magicgiant.com

Under the direction of master musical directors Barry Levitt and Daryl Kojak, Steven regularly swoons alongside NYC cabaret singers at venues like The Metropolitan Room and Don't Tell Mama's. Currently he is a member of Walker Adam's psychedelic funk band, Telepathic Moondance and Neil Alexander's NAIL. 

In addition to his performing acumen, Steven has extensive teaching experience and is available for private saxophone and clarinet lessons as well as masterclasses. Admission to his private studio is based on an interview and audition.

More information about Steve's history of performance, teaching and discography is available in the Curriculum Vitae below. 

 

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