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has appeared across North America, Germany, England, France,
Switzerland, Sweden, Italy, Portugal, Russia, Bulgaria and Israel. His
solo performances include the Jerusalem Symphony, The Italian
Filarmonica Marchigiana, Israel Chamber Orchestra, Israel Camerata
Orchestra and Porto National Symphony under the batons of Massimo
Pradella, Roger Nierenberg, Florin Totan and David Shallon, among
others. In the United States, he appeared with the Baton Rouge,
Richmond, Charlottesville, Salisbury and Manassas symphony orchestras.
Shteinberg was a guest artist at the Mostly Mozart Festival, Summit
Music Festival, Music Festival of the Hamptons, the ''Oleg Kagan'' and
Sulzbach-Rosenberg Festivals in Germany, Festival Aix-en-Provence in
France and Open Chamber Music in Cornwall, England. Chamber music
appearances include the Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy
Center, The Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, Alice Tully Hall in New York
and the Saunders Theatre in Boston.
Called ''protean and
refined'' by the New York Times, Shteinberg recorded for the Israeli
''Voice of Music'' radio station, the NPR, the Bavarian Radio, Summit
Records and Sono Luminus labels and the Yamaha Disklavier; collaborated
with members of the New York Philharmonic and the cellists Han-Na Chang
and Natalia Gutman.
Besides solo and chamber music
performances, Shteinberg frequently appears with concert-lectures; he
also plays harpsichord and period pianos. His interest in new music has
led to world premieres and numerous commissions.
Shteinberg is a prizewinner in twenty competitions worldwide, including
the first prize in ''Citta de Senigallia'' international piano
competition in Italy. In the United States, he won the Naomi Foundation
Competition and the Artists International Debut Award, and received the
Salon De Virtuosi Fellowship Grant.
A native of Moscow, Dmitri
Shteinberg studied at the Gnessin Special School of Music under Anna
Kantor, teacher of Evgeny Kissin. His later teachers include Victor
Derevianko and Nina Svetlanova, both students of Heinrich Neuhaus.
Shteinberg holds a Doctorate from the Manhattan School of Music, and is
currently an Artist Teacher of Piano at the University of North
Carolina School of the Arts. His former students received scholarships
at numerous prestigious schools, including Manhattan School of Music,
Eastman, the Cleveland Institute of Music, the Oberlin Conservatory and
the Hartt School of Music.
After a ten year hiatus, we are
pleased to welcome Dmitri's return for a sixth appearance in the
Historical Piano Concert Series.