Max Zeugner


Max Zeugner

Max Zeugner was a scholarship student of Orin O'Brien at The Juilliard School and Edwin Barker at Boston University's College of Fine Arts, where he won the 2005 concerto competition. Runner up at the 2001 Boston Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Competition, Max's previous teachers include Richard Hartshorne, Joe D'Angelo, Deborah Dunham, Vince Wilfork and Hank Poteat.

As a chamber musician, Max has performed throughout the United States and in Israel and South America. He has performed and recorded with the Apple Hill Chamber Players and the members of Quartet X, and has twice been a guest artist with the Boston Chamber Music Society. He has also performed on Bank of America's Celebrity Series at Boston's Jordan Hall with pianist David Deveau, and at the Elbereth Chamber Series in New York City, where he gave a performance of Mozart's "Per Questa Bella Mano" with bass-baritone Daniel Gross.

As a nonclassical artist, Max was formerly double bassist and electric bassist with the Eastern Jazz Project, the Charles Ketter Quartet and the Delfino Brothers Duo, and has collaborated with Tully Banta-Cain and renowned electronic music artist Kelley Polar.

He was recently appointed Principal Double Bassist with Northern Sinfonia, and currently resides in Gateshead.

Discussion Panels with Max Zeugner:

Innocents Abroad
3/26/2007 - 3/30/2007