Stephen Gutman has performed in the RFH, the Wigmore Hall, Carnegie Weill Hall in New York, Ueno Bunka Keikan in Tokyo, and throughout Europe.
He has created a series of projects which have placed large-scale commissioning in the context of significant but possibly neglected repertoire. Julian Anderson, John Casken, Michael Finnissy, Simon Holt, Colin Matthews, Anthony Payne and John Woolrich are some of the many composers who have written for him.
Stephen’s enthusiasm for French keyboard music including the French Baroque led to his recent recording of the complete keyboard works of Rameau played on the modern piano for the Toccata label. The final CD recieved 5 stars in BBC Music Magazine and MusicWeb International chose it as their CD of the month. His performances have been broadcast on BBC Radio 3, Deutsche Rundfunk and France Musique.
Stephen has given masterclasses and lectures in the UK and internationally. He has led courses at the GSMD, the RNCM, Benslow Music and Dartington Summer School.
Stephen has performed with many distinguished artists and has an ongoing collaboration with soprano Sarah Leonard. He has worked with many ensembles including BCMG, Composers Ensemble, Endymion, the Esbjerg Ensemble, and the Verbier Festival Ensemble.