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Steve Huber
(aka DJ STEEZ)

 

Steve Huber is the founder of Steez Productions, a music production company offering DJ services, live music entertainment, and other music services. Steve is a Juilliard graduate and former student of world-renowned violin pedagogues Dorothy DeLay and Sally Thomas. After a successful career as a full-time member of such orchestras as Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Orquestra Sinfonica do Estado de São Paulo, and, as concertmaster, Orquestra Filarmonica de Lima, Steve relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a more diverse career.

 

Throughout his career Steve has performed, composed, arranged, and recorded with a diverse array of artists and composers including Kid Cudi, Keith Emerson, Tina Guo, Salim-Sulaiman, Giovanni, Hijos Del Sol, Julio Andrade, Santino, and Susana Baca, among many others. Recently he has decided to use his musical knowledge and versatility to engage audiences as a DJ as well.

 

Steve has done solo and orchestral session work for TV, film, and video games, composed music for short films, webisodes, chamber music series, and arranged music and contracted musicians for corporate events, weddings, music festivals, and tours internationally.

Steve performs regularly as a member of the Music at the Mission Chamber Players based in Fremont, CA where he also teaches as part of the faculty for Chamberfest, a summer chamber music festival based in Fremont. He is also a member of the Hutchins Consort, as well as the acclaimed pirate rock group “The Pirates Charles", where he received the moniker "Steez Peru". 

Recent projects include tours with 3-time Grammy nominated Quartet San Francisco,  DJ for the "Mayor's Ball" presented by the Rotary Club of Menifee, studio session with Kid Cudi at Capitol Records, scoring the webisode series "Compton Abbey", concertmaster for "Orchestra Surreal", and arranging music for L.A. Philharmonic violinist Vijay Gupta's non-profit organization "Street Symphony". 

Pot! The Musical

A banner for the 1st production of "Pot! The Musical".