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Stanley Yerlow: Bio

STANLEY YERLOW                                                                          BIOGRAPHY

 

 

 

Yerlow is ""Truly spectacular...." wrote Athens Daily News.

 

"YERLOW GAVE A FULLY ARTISTIC PERFORMANCE WITH SUCH PROFOUND PLEASURE THAT HE WAS ABLE TO BOND GREATLY WITH THE AUDIENCE,"  reported Novi Vjesnik, after Stanley Yerlow's concerts in Budapest and Zagreb.

 

"Refreshingly different from other performers. . . Stanley Yerlow plays with an exceptionally big sound and plenty of excitement," writes Savannah Evening Press.

 

Concert pianist Stanley Yerlow has performed ten solo recitals in Carnegie Recital Hall; concerts at Lincoln Center; Merkin Concert Hall; the Museum of the City of New York; and the Norton Series in West Palm Beach, Florida.

 

A Steinway Artist, Yerlow performs classical and cabaret programs throughout North America, Europe, South America and the Middle East.  

 

Celebrating his 20th year anniversary as Regis Philbin’s Musical Director and Conductor, Stanley Yerlow directs a twenty-two piece orchestra for their sold-out concerts in the United States and Canada.  Yerlow participates as soloist for the opening act, and has a special number in the show. 

 

Frequently appearing on Regis’ popular TV shows, “Live with Regis and Kathy Lee” and “Live with Regis and Kelly,” Yerlow has become a popular figure to millions of viewers. 

 

With Bachelor of Music and Master of Fine Arts degrees from the University of Georgia, Stanley Yerlow completed his doctoral studies at the Eastman School of Music under the renowned Frank Glazer. Dr. Yerlow has given numerous Master Classes, has judged several piano competitions, and is a sought-after lecturer. 

 

Dr. Yerlow has taught at the State University of New York, and at New York University. He was on the faculty of The American Musical And Dramatic Academy, as professor of Theory and Performing Techniques. His notable students include Regis Philbin, Phil Donahue, Elaine May, and Tony Roberts.

 

Dr. Yerlow’s continuing series, "Making Music Alive," published by Keyboard Classics Magazine, has been the subject of numerous radio and newspaper pieces and his essay, "Counteracting Nerves During Live Performance," on National Public Radio's "A Note To You."

 

Activities for Yerlow.com are divided into three areas:

 

Recitals----Complete solo or joint recitals. 

 

Cabaret----A variety show-----something for everyone….From Chopin to Boogie Woogie

 

Teaching-- Lectures, Master Classes, Articles, Beginners to advanced private lessons.