Steve Huber
Status: Member
Member Since: September 30, 2007
Last Visit:April 7, 2017

Steve Huber

Steven Huber is a Juilliard graduate and former violin student of the world-famous teachers Dorothy DeLay and Sally Thomas. At Juilliard he was an Ear Training Teacher’s Assistant, training fellow students in pitch and rhythm. He enjoyed a successful career as a symphony violinist in such orchestras as the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra in Texas, Orquestra Sinfonica do Estado de São Paulo (OSESP) in Brazil, and, as the concertmaster, the Orquestra Filarmonica de Lima in Peru, where he was able to spend time with his Peruvian relatives and perform solos with artists such as Placido Domingo.

As a composer, while he has not yet had a prolific career, his compositions have been received with great acclaim. After writing his first orchestra piece “Genesis Overture” at age 17 which was performed by the Juilliard Pre-College Orchestra, he recieved the Boosey and Hawkes Young Composer Award honoring Aaron Copland by the ASCAP Foundation. Just recently, his piece “O Saçi Pereré” was performed by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, an orchestra that has recently received great praise in the New York Times after their debut performance in Carnegie Hall. He wrote a short piece named "Mal Lady" which was performed by the renowned string quartet ETHEL at the Grand Canyon Music Festival and in Ecuador and Chile by the Del Gesu Strings.

Huber as also been building a reputation as a strong music arranger. He has arranged pieces for special events such as the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival, The Wall: Live in L.A., and a Genentech corporate event, as well as ensembles such as Duo Renard, Cuban Nights and the Del Gesu Strings.

Huber has performed and recorded as an improvising violinist and keyboardist in such styles as salsa, Afro-Peruvian music, rock, blues, new age, jazz and bluegrass with such artists as Keith Emerson, Spyro Gyra, Marcus Belgrade, New York Voices, Absolute Ensemble, John Nitzinger, Tina Guo, Hijos del Sol, Julio Andrade, Frágil, Nito Mestre of Sui Generis, Gian Marco, Santino, and Randy Jackson of Zebra.

Steve has recently relocated to Los Angeles to develop a career as a media composer and session violinist/sideman. He is currently playing violin for the band The Pirates Charles and Elvis Schoenberg's Orchestre Surreal, as well as acting as concertmaster for Center Stage Opera, Celestial Opera Company, and the Culver City Chamber Orchestra.