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Born in Southern California, Steven Mann began studying piano at the age of seven. At 14, he entered the Orange County High School of the Arts and began studies with Dr. Mark Sullivan. In 2002, Steven was admitted to the Young Artists Guild, the most prestigious recognition awarded by the Music Teachers Association of California. Steven has received awards in many competitions and festivals including Second Prize and the award for the best performance of a piece written by an American composer at the Frinna Awerbuch International Piano Competition in New York City. He has performed extensively as soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States and Europe.

Steven has participated in numerous music festivals including the Music Academy of the West, TCU-Van Cliburn Institute, the International Keyboard Institute and Festival, the Indiana University Piano Academy and the Adamant Music School in Vermont, where he performed live on Vermont Public Radio. He received a Bachelor of Music degree and a Performer Diploma from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where he was a student of Distinguished Professor of Music Menahem Pressler. While at IU, Steven was awarded the Kenda Webb Memorial Scholarship and the Theodore Presser Scholarship in recognition of his outstanding work. He received a Master of Music degree from Manhattan School of Music, where he is currently a doctoral candidate studying with André-Michel Schub.

In addition to operating a successful private teaching studio in New York City, Steven serves on the faculty at Manhattan School of Music in the Keyboard Skills department, is the official accompanist for The Denes Striny Vocal Studio and is director of music at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Studio Location
425 W. 53rd St. Apt. 501,(between 9th and 10th Avenues)