Worley: "Owls Head" Sonatina
Andrew R. Steinberg and Shaoai Ashley Zhang perform John C. Worley’s “Owls Head” Sonatina at New England Conservatory
The Megalopolis Saxophone Orchestra
Andrew R. Steinberg leads the Megalopolis Saxophone Orchestra in New York City
Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts
Students of Andrew Steinberg in a performance of music by Gustav Bumcke at Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts.
Performing in China
Andrew R. Steinberg and Shaoai Ashley Zhang perform original works and transcriptions in Beijing
Terres brûlées, ensuite...
Andrew with composer Vinko Globokar, pianist Ashley Zhang, and percussionist Michael Murphy after a performance of Mr. Globokar's Terres brûlées, ensuite...
Andrew with composer Sampo Haapamäki after rehearsing his piece "Avenue" in preparation for Mr. Haapamäki's New York City debut recital.
Andrew performing The Stranger by Hans Kox with narration read by Diana Norma at Outpost 186
Masterclass with Harvey Pittel
Andrew with pianist Chelsea Whitaker and saxophonist Harvey Pittel after a performance of Lars-Erik Larsson's Concerto for Mr. Pittel
Serenade for Winds
Andrew conducting the NEC Saxophone Studio in a performance of Dvorak's Serenade for Winds, Op. 44 in Jordan Hall
Pictures at an Exhibition
Andrew in preparation for a performance of Mussorgsky/Ravel's "Pictures at an Exhibition" with the Richmond County Orchestra
Quartett, Op. 22
Andrew with pianist Joanne Kang, violinist Yoojin Baek, and clarinetist Geneviève Rivard after their performance of Webern's Op. 22 in the Fuchs Chamber Competition Winner's Concert
"How Do They Do That?"
Saxophonists Wonki Lee and Andrew Steinberg present a series at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on the saxophone; how it is played, as well as giving a historical context for the instrument. Contrabass provided from the collection of Dr. Paul Cohen
New York Summer Music Festival
Students at the New York Summer Music Festival coached by Andrew after their performance of Grainger's own setting of "Lisbon" for five saxophones
Something Connected with Energy
Andrew with fellow Spoleto Festival USA musician Gleb Kanasevich making the premiere recording of Michael Nyman's "Something Connected with Energy" for large chamber ensemble
The MSM Saxophone Quartet performing Calvin Hampton's "Labyrinth" with soprano Hannah DeBlock
Romance & Sonorities VIII
Performance of Walter Hartley's "Romance" and "Sonorities VIII" for bass saxophone and piano, with pianist Mario Marra
Andrew performing Henry Brant's "Concerto," for Saxophone and Chamber Ensemble with Dr. Paul Cohen conducting at Schare Recital Hall
Andrew R. Steinberg is a New York City based saxophonist, performing throughout the US and Europe. As a current graduate student at the Manhattan School of Music, as well as a recent graduate from Rutgers University, he has won solo and chamber competitions performing works as diverse as the "Concerto for Saxophone" by Henry Brant to the "Quartet" Op. 22 by Anton Webern, in addition to premiering new works written expressly for him. A highly sought-after orchestral saxophonist, Andrew has been invited to perform at music festivals all across the globe, including Verbier, Round Top, Spoleto, and Schleswig-Holstein