Edward Neeman and Stephanie Neeman, piano duo

Monday, April 18, 2016, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Photo of Stephanie and Edward Neeman
Husband and wife team Edward and Stephanie Neeman have been widely acclaimed for their impeccable musicianship and their unique onstage chemistry. They have performed together at Steinway Hall in New York and at venues across the United States, Indonesia and Australia. They have appeared on radio programs in America and Australia, in charity and fundraising events, and in children's and educational programs. In addition to the best classical repertoire for two pianists, they include transcriptions and arrangements of the greatest orchestral hits and Broadway tunes. Free.
Creative Arts Building, Knuth Hall
School of Music
SF State Box Office
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Edward Neeman

Edward Neeman has received numerous accolades for his piano performances across five continents. He won first prizes in the Rodrigo and Carlet international piano competitions and has performed with orchestras including the Prague Philharmonic, Madrid Philharmonic and Sydney Symphony. Free. An enthusiastic collaborative artist, Neeman has performed with musicians including Itamar Zorman, Abigail Fischer, Ben Capps and members of the JACK quartet. He maintains an active piano duo with his wife, Indonesian pianist Stephanie Neeman, and writes piano duet arrangements of popular melodies for the duo. He holds a doctorate from The Juilliard School.

Stephanie Neeman

Stephanie Neeman has won virtually all major piano competitions in Indonesia, including first prize in the prestigious Yamaha National Piano Competition when she was 6 (the youngest winner ever). She has taught master classes and performed in various venues throughout the world. Neeman has appeared as a soloist with the Jakarta Chamber Orchestra, and has performed to critical acclaim across the U.S., Asia and Australia. She began her musical training at age 2. As a child prodigy, she was featured as guest artist in galas and charity events across Southeast Asia, and her performances were broadcast on television. She is visiting professor of Piano at University of Utah and head of the piano department at ELMS Conservatory of Music in Jakarta. She is in demand as an adjudicator, judging the Mozart International Piano Competition in Thailand, Hong Kong Schools Music Festival and numerous competitions and festivals in the U.S.