Stephen Yenger is a prolific pianist in the New England area, particularly known for his many collaborative ventures with some of the area's best chamber musicians. He received his Master of Music degree in piano performance from Boston University , where he studied under renowned pianist Leonard Shure. In addition to performances across the United States and Europe, Mr. Yenger taught at Louisiana State University and a Magnet High School for the Performing and Academic Arts.  Frequently requested as an adjudicator and lecturer on music and the humanities, he has served as a faculty member for summer music festivals including the prestigious music camp in Haiti, and is the founder of Chamber Music at Corrymore House, a summer music festival on the island of Achill in Ireland.  In addition to piano performances, he is a specialist in vocal and chamber music coaching, and is establishing himself as a composer.  Yenger joined the faculty of the Community Music Center of Boston in 1996.  He is currently Chairman of the Piano Department.  
 
For Intermezzo, Steve collaborated with us for The Telephone in our first production in February, 2003.  He served as musical director for Menotti's The Medium, Dominick Argento's The Boor, Seymour Barab's A Game of Chance, and Menotti's The Old Maid and the Thief.  In 2006, Steve served as music director and pianist for Lee Hoiby's The Scarf.  Returns as music director for The Stronger  and Miss Havisham's Wedding Night this coming September as part of the Diva Monologues.
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