Associate Principal Emeritus
Steve Multer was the Associate Principal Hornist of the Kansas City Symphony from 1985-2006 before moving to fourth horn in 2007. He has also held Principal positions with The State of Mexico Symphony, The Jerusalem Symphony, The South Dakota Symphony, The Crested Butte Music Festival Orchestra and the Kansas City Chamber Orchestra. From 2000-present, Mr. Multer has appeared regularly with The Detroit Symphony Orchestra as an extra (including their tours of Florida in 2002 and 2010) and has also appeared with the Pittsburgh Symphony. Mr. Multer’s chamber music experience is extensive having played with both the Lincoln Center Brass and Woodwind Quintets, The New York Virtuosi, The Spoleto Festival Orchestra, The Sunflower Music Festival Orchestra and The Western Slope Music Festival Orchestra. In his spare time he enjoys cooking, outdoor activities and spending time with his wife and three children.
Mahler, Mozart, Stravinsky, Brahms, Beethoven
Hmm… maybe a Chef!
I love playing Mahler Symphonies.
Practice… A LOT!
Since 1985, there are so many. I know one would be playing Principal Wagner Tuben on Bruckner’s 7th Symphony.
Playing great music with a lot of great friends.
No, my Dad, Aunt, Uncle and Cousin all attended Juilliard as well.
With the Kansas City Chamber Orchestra or The Kansas City Brass Quintet. Both groups perform in a number of churches around town.
West Islip, NY
After playing Principal Horn on Tchaikovsky’s 5th Symphony with The Juilliard Pre-College Orchestra in Lincoln Center when I was about 13 or 14 years old.