Imaginary Themes: Theater reviewed


Gordon Lamb of Flagpole Magazine writes: “IMAGINARY THEMES: Composer Andrew Steck released his new album Theater a few weeks ago. The goal of these compositions is to replicate, or at least imitate, a night at the theater, and Steck reports that individual pieces were thought of as “instrumental one-act plays,” with the shorter tracks serving as “set change” music. Each piece is a grand affair with instrumentation ranging across a wide swath of techniques. That said, it can be a lot to take in one sitting, but don’t let that aspect dissuade you from checking it out. Steck is a monster talent, and this work deserves an audience. This is available as a compact disc, too. Find it over at, and keep up with Steck at as well as the home of his label Arfus Records at”


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