Mark Steinberg is an active chamber musician and recitalist. He has been heard in chamber music festivals in
Holland, Germany, Austria and France and has participated for four summers in the Marlboro Music Festival,
with which he has toured extensively. He has also appeared in the El Paso Festival, on the Bargemusic series in
New York, at Chamber Music Northwest, with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and in trio concerts
with pianist Mitsuko Uchida. Mr. Steinberg has been a soloist with the Princeton University Orchestra,
the Princeton Composers Ensemble, the New York String Orchestra and the Kansas City Camerata. He was the
recipient of the 1992 Lotos Foundation Award, which included a recital in Weill Hall, and was selected to give
a 1993 recital in the Metropolitan Museum's Introduction Series. He has also been presented in recital by
Merkin Concert Hall. Mark Steinberg holds degrees from Indiana University and Juilliard and has studied with
Louise Behrend, Josef Gingold, and Robert Mann.
An advocate of contemporary music, Mr. Steinberg has worked closely with many composers and has performed
with 20th century music ensembles including the Guild of Composers, the Da Capo Chamber Players, Speculum
Musicae, and The Continuum Ensemble, with which he has recorded and toured extensively in the U.S. and
Europe. He has also performed and recorded chamber music on period instruments with the Helicon Ensemble,
the Four Nations Ensemble, and the Smithsonian Institute. He taught for six years on the chamber music faculty
of Juillird's Pre-College division, and is currently on the violin faculty of New York University.