Stephen Lias

The music of adventurer-composer Stephen Lias is performed regularly across the United States and abroad by groups such as the Russian String Orchestra, the Oasis Quartet, and the Ensamble de Trompetas Simón Bolívar.

His passion for wilderness and outdoor pursuits has led to a growing series of works inspired by the national parks of the US. He has had residencies at Rocky Mountain, Glacier, Denali, Glacier Bay, and Gates of the Arctic National Parks, and has written over a dozen park-related pieces that have been premiered in places such as Argentina, Australia, Taiwan, and around the US.

His orchestral works have been programmed by the Boulder Philharmonic, Fairbanks Symphony, the Shreveport Symphony, the Rochester Philharmonic, and the Anchorage Symphony, among others. Lias’s NEA-funded commission for the Boulder Philharmonic, All The Songs That Nature Sing, was premiered in Colorado and subsequently performed at Washington DC’s Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and by the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.

Featured Works

Gates of the Arctic, for orchestra
Glacier Bay, for orchestra
Range of Light, for alto saxophone and piano
Jeffrey Pine, for ensemble

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