Mesmerizing… explosive… intelligent… he belongs on the world stage – Salt Lake Tribune
In the space of four months, American pianist Stephen Beus won first prize in the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition, first place in the Vendome Prize International Competition and was awarded the Max I. Allen Fellowship of the American Pianists Association. Later, as a result of winning the Juilliard School Concerto Competition, Beus made his Carnegie Hall debut with the Juilliard Orchestra. He has also performed as guest soloist with the Gulbenkian Symphony, Oxford Philomusica the Tivoli Symphony, as well as with an impressive number of other orchestras throughout the world. Beus is equally active as a soloist and has performed at Wigmore Hall, the Salle Gaveau and Salle Cortot, Merkin Hall and the Shanghai Oriental Arts Center, among others. Beus holds degrees from The Juilliard School and Stony Brook University, and currently teaches at Brigham Young University.
With generous funding support from the College of Liberal Arts and Communication, The Department of Music, the Diversity Program and the Piano Society.
More details are in the online news release.
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