Steve Stucky Fellow
“I discovered the horn at twelve and spent the next twenty years focused on perfect execution of the standard orchestral literature. Over the next fifteen years, I experienced music from a production perspective. I was in the studio for many film scores and records, working with the top composers and performers in Los Angeles and London. In 2002, I started my own copying office and have hired many aspiring film composers to help with that work. Now, I try to write music that connects with my own feelings as deeply as possible. Often, I do not understand where the music comes from until after I’m done. Upon reflection, I can hear myself grappling with childhood traumas, love and loss and the nobility of the natural world.”
— Steven Juliani
Steven Juliani is a composer, attorney, music copyist and horn player. He started composing music in 2016. Juliani studied horn with Mason Jones at the Curtis Institute of Music and Vincent DeRosa at the University of Southern California. While playing professionally in Los Angeles, he was introduced to music copying by a colleague in the pit for Phantom of the Opera. That eventually led to a 20-year career as a copyist working primarily on motion pictures, television and video games. From 2012 to 2017, Juliani was a criminal defense attorney in Marin County, California.
Juliani’s orchestral composition, “Variations” was one of two works selected for performance by the American Modern Orchestra at the 2018 Mostly Modern Festival in Saratoga, New York. His work, “In The Dark Light” for 16 horns was awarded third prize in the Twin Cities Horn Club 2017 International Composition Competition. Juliani’s low brass quintet “Bells” was selected for honorable mention in the Bay Colony Brass 2017 1st Annual call for scores.