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Steve Wogaman, New Performing Arts


Steve Wogaman

Steve Wogaman is the founder and artistic director of New Performing Arts, a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the cultural experiences of Kentucky children and bringing the work of classical musicians and other artists to small communities. New Performing Arts subsidizes performances in schools and small towns and sponsors artist-in-residence programs and other educational projects.

Steve performing Steve is an accomplished musician himself, having appeared as a pianist in solo and chamber recitals in the United States, Central America, and Europe. He was trained at the Eastman School of Music; the University of Louisville; and Indiana University, where he recently completed a doctorate in piano performance. His teachers have included the legendary Cecile Staub Genhart, Lee Luvisi, and Menahem Pressler. Steve was the founding pianist of the Whitney Trio, which made a critically acclaimed live broadcast debut at the National Gallery of Art, and has since performed at the Phillips Collection in Washington, the Alexandria, the Virginia Lyceum Series, the Bowdoin Music Festival in Maine, Bucknell University, the Vassar College Guest Artist Series, the Alabama CityStages Festival, and other concert series throughout the East and Midwest.



Program 525

A celebration of youth in the arts with a glimpse inside the world of interns from the Speed Art Museum and Actors Theatre, 2002 Governor’s Awards in the Arts Education Award winner Deborah Shannon, and pianist and New Performing Arts founder Steve Wogaman. (#525)

Program 543

A celebration of youth in the arts with a glimpse inside the world of interns from the Speed Art Museum and Actors Theatre, 2002 Governor’s Awards in the Arts Education Award winner Deborah Shannon, and pianist and New Performing Arts founder Steve Wogaman. (#543)

Program 817

Owensboro’s RiverPark Center, opera singer Laquita Mitchell, the Hart County Fair’s basket-making contest, and music by Wishing Chair and Steve Wogaman. (#817)





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