Steve Luck, Steel Bridge Review
Steve Luck is an award-winning composer, pianist and producer based in in Newcastle Upon Tyne UK. Luck’s body of work covers a wide span of ensembles and medians. Now focusing on his work as a solo artist, Luck is also an experienced film and media composer. Writing stunning and emotional music, from simple piano solos to large scale bombastic orchestral masterpieces. Luck also explores many genres, from glitchy electronica to uplifting, feelgood, folksy instrumentals. His music has been used on over seventy-five professional productions, including feature films, TV documentaries, shorts, and animations. Recent track placements have seen Luck’s music used on BBC1, BBC2, ITV, Channel 5, RTL, Direct Star and TV2. In 2007, he won two awards from the Royal Television Society for professional excellence in music. Luck is a member of the music writers committee of the Musicians Union and founder of the Guild of Northern Media Composers. In 2018 Luck founded the Atmospherica Composer concert series, which features regular performances from contemporary classical composers. Now he is focusing on developing his catalog and reputation as a solo artist in the contemporary modern classical genre. Luck is releasing a new single titled “Steel Bridge,” scored in a minimalist style with live piano, string quartet and electronics. This piece is the first of a suite of four pieces themed around local landmarks.
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Steel Bridge (single)
Release Date: October 18, 2019
“Steel Bridge” is a beautifully building composition in interesting textures and layers.