Stephen P Brown's latest piano solo composition incorporates numerous benefits for participants: students, performers and listeners. With a seemingly fluid beat, left-hand strengthening, appealing... More > themes and effective use of space, "Not Rach 3" has been called "Mezmerizing" and "Cleverly simple."< Less
Whatever type of music you listen to, you may be missing out.
Maestro Stephen P Brown shares his thoughts on why and how you should expand your exposure to live orchestral music, enabling better... More > enjoyment of the music you like, engage in provocative conversations about it, and possibly even discover you like completely different types of music.
Delve into Stephen’s mind to explore how music can help you:
Enhance your senses,
Discover the Real Deal,
Socialize with Interesting people,
and much more.< Less
SPB is often asked by performers and listeners, fans and strangers about the usefulness of music in our lives. Read Stephen's thoughts as he shares ways to expand your transferrable skills, whether... More > as a performer or as a listener< Less
Composed in 1996 and revised in 2012, Stephen P Brown presents a touching and flowing piano solo ideal as an encore or student recital highlight.
Visit http://youtu.be/x28H75hNff4 to see SPB... More > perform this piece under its previous title.< Less