As a multi-instrumentalist/mentalist, Steve Latanision has been playing Bluegrass, Irish, Americana, Folk, Jazz, and Country music in the Boston/New England area for the last 25 years, and has been on over 200 releases. Latanision has played and made recordings on the fiddle/violin, pedal and lap steel, 4 and 5 string banjo, dobro, mandolin, six, and twelve string guitars.
Most notable artists he has worked with include John Cate and the Van Gogh Brothers (8 cds), multi-award winning composer Jim Bauer (1 cd w/ Dagmar, The Blue Flower), The Dave Sammarco Band (4 cds, 3 eps), Lonesome Jukebox (4 cds), NEMA artist of the year Annie Brobst (two cds), Grammy award winning producer Anthony J Resta (5 cds), Grammy award winning engineer Ducky Carlisle (4 cds), and Grammy nominated artists Ashley Jordan (1 single). Steve Latanision has also appeared on TV with various artists.
He has also won awards with the MCMAA, NHCMA,NEMA and NECMO
About Steve’s Teaching:
“I like to bring out the many different aspects of music, so that the student receives a wide range of instruction, from how to practice, how to look at music, the studies involved, and the relatedness between genres and instruments. A good example would be bluegrass, which is a mix of Irish, blues and jazz. Theory and reading are highly encouraged, and is taught in a useful, practical manner.“
B.A. Berklee School of Music majored in M.P. and E.
(Music Production and