Steve Kramer Releases Sophomore EP
World-renowned concert cellist and music pedagogue, Steve Kramer, has released his second EP, “Steve Kramer Volume II”. The EP includes five tracks that showcase Kramer’s exceptional talent and versatility, including a tribute to victims of tragic events and collaborations with other accomplished musicians. This is the second EP Steve Kramer has released this year. Learn more about his first official release in this recent blog article.
The EP starts with a beautiful rendition of “Edelweiss/Rodgers and Hammerstein” featuring Tom Lawton, and then moves on to the classic “Girl from Ipanema”. “Honoring The Victims of Ukraine” featuring Emilia Gazman is a heart-wrenching tribute to those who have suffered through tragedy, while “Killing Me Softly” featuring Tom Lawton showcases Kramer’s ability to capture the essence of a song and make it his own. Finally, the EP concludes with “Let It Be” featuring Molly Mahoney and Martha Michael, offering a moving interpretation of the iconic Beatles song.
Steve Kramer has established himself as one of the most prominent and versatile musicians of our time, having performed in some of the most prestigious concert halls around the world. His perspicacious intelligence, musical inquisitiveness, and charismatic personality have helped him build memorable bridges with his audience while exploring repertoire from all over the globe. Kramer’s passion for classical music and dedication to his craft has earned him collaborations with some of the biggest names in show business, including Yehudi Menuhin, The Three Tenors, and Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber.
“Steve Kramer Volume II” showcases Kramer’s exceptional talent and versatility, offering a unique interpretation of some of the most beloved songs in the classical repertoire. Kramer’s collaborations with other talented musicians on this EP elevate the music to a new level, highlighting the artistry and creativity of all involved.
“Steve Kramer Volume II” is now available on YouTube and all major streaming platforms, and is a must-listen for anyone who appreciates exceptional musicianship and captivating music. Want to learn more about Steve Kramer? Check out this recent interview with DCR.