SYNIVERSAL MUSIC was formed in 2014 as an umbrella entity representing the diverse artistic enterprises of Steven Larson including distribution, sync licensing, the scoring studio, music publishing, concert management, and the Syniversal Music record label, absorbing the catalogues of the Classical Masterworks, New Age of Reason, Pianonymity and Cinemaginations labels.
Steven Larson, has appeared on five continents as soloist and collaborative artist, from London’s Wigmore Hall to the Melbourne, Australia International Festival and from Bilbao’s Teatro Arriaga to Dimitris Mitropoulos Hall in Athens, Greece. His wide repertoire focuses on the sonatas of Mozart, Haydn and Clementi, the 32 Sonatas and 5 Concertos of Beethoven, the Well-Tempered Clavier and Goldberg Variations of Bach, the B-Minor Sonata, Scherzo and March, other major works of Liszt, major works from the Russian school, as well as contemporary music. His most recent classical album, Prologue, released on the Classical Masterworks label, consists of a 'dizzying array of virtuosic pieces for the piano' by Bach, Brahms, Debussy, Moszkowski, Granados, Liszt, and Rachmaninoff.
His original compositions, span a vast range of styles, from neoclassical, experimental, pop, minimalism, trance, electronic, new age, adult contemporary and even country. His original piano compositions include the Pianonymity album (to be re-released in September 2019, the Journey to Elsewhere album (2017), the Pianoramas: Pianoramas One, Two and Three, Four, and Five, the extended improvisations Love Letter and Soul Search (2018) and Hyperspace (released on 3 September 2019) His Made in Nebraska solo piano album is currently in post-production.
He wrote the score for the short film ‘Lizzie’ which debuted at the Omaha Film Festival in March 2019, the Lincoln Film Festival in May 2019, and scheduled for the Prairie Lights Festival in Grand Island, Nebraska in October 2019. Several hours of Steven Larson’s original piano composition may be heard in the video Elsewhere: A Journey Within, filmed at UNL in late 2018, directed by Elijah Watson.
As author and pedagogue, he is the creator of Piano Plasticity, The Revolutionary Path to Pianistic Mastery, an innovative concept designed as a comprehensive piano method drawing on his extensive knowledge of the history of piano technique and his studies into music and neuroplasticity.