International concert cellist Steve Kramer has released his debut classical album, Steve Kramer Volume V, the last in a series of self-titled projects released this spring. The album includes eight tracks featuring Kramer’s unique take on classic pieces such as The Sound of Music and The Star Spangled Banner.
Steve Kramer has proven to be one of the most prominent and colorful musicians of today, ascending into classical music’s highest class of performance and musical education. His silvery, singing tone, perspicacious intelligence, musical inquisitiveness and charismatic personality have led him to build memorable bridges to his audience while exploring versatile repertoire from the four corners of the world.
In show business, Steve Kramer is known as the cellist with whom to collaborate on the highest international level. His concerts and shows spanning over three decades include performing, touring, and recording in artistic collaborations with Yehudi Menuhin, The Three Tenors, The Who, Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber, Elaine Paige, Sarah Brightman, Il Volo, Michael Rogers, Marco Beltrami, Ivars Silis, and Tom Lawton. Steve Kramer is also passionate about advocating for postmodern composers of international caliber such as Jennifer Higdon, Nimrod Borenstein, Ben Steinberg, David Finko, Alexander Rosenblatt, Andrea Clearfield, and Ib Nørholm.
Steve Kramer has performed in the greatest concert halls around the world from the Musikverein in Vienna, Austria, The Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, to the major venues in the United States including the Radio City Music Hall, Kimmel Center, MGM Grand, CMAC, Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia Art Museum, Franklin Institute, Glen Foerd Estate, Ruth Eckerd Hall, Van Wezel Performing Arts, Asolo Preparatory Theater, and more.