Pianist Eric Huebner, a native of Los Angeles, has drawn world-wide acclaim for his performances of new and traditional music. At the age of 17, he appeared with the Los Angeles Philharmonic in solo performances at the LA Music Center and Hollywood Bowl. Mr. Huebner has been a member of the award winning ensemble, Antares, since 2001 and received his Bachelors and Master degrees from The Juilliard School, where he studied with Jerome Lowenthal and prof. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld.
As soloist and chamber musician Mr. Huebner has performed throughout the United States, Germany, Japan and Brazil and has served as guest orchestral pianist with the New York Philharmonic appearing in performances of Ives’ Fourth Symphony and Stravinsky’s Petroushka. Upcoming solo appearances include a performance of the Ligeti Piano Concerto, with David Robertson conducting, at Carnegie’s Zankel Hall.
In New York, Mr. Huebner has appeared with many new music ensembles, including Speculum Musicae, Ensemble Sospeso, ISCM Chamber Players, Washington Square Chamber Players, Continuum, New York New Music Ensemble, Columbia Sinfonietta and Flexible Music. He has performed numerous times at the Museum of Modern Art’s Summergarden Series in addition to performances at the International Summer Courses for New Music in Darmstadt, Carnegie Hall’s Meet the Composer, at June in Buffalo and on Sunday’s Live at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Bing Theater. His performances have been nationally televised on PBS and heard on radio station KMOZ in Los Angeles and on the BBC and can be heard on the Col Legno, Centaur, Bridge and Innova labels.