Aaron Meyer began playing the piano at age four years old and was composing his own music by age nine. Since launching his music career at age twelve, he has released three CD's of original compositions, Journey and Arrival, and After Hours. In 2006, Aaron also released a limited edition live album entitled Live at the Madrid Theatre CD. Aaron's versatile piano style incorporates jazz, latin, classical, and world music influences, and he continues to explore blending electronic and acoustic instrumentation, as well as the use of voice as an instrument.
As a solo artist, Aaron has performed in numerous venues throughout California, including the Madrid Theatre, Louis B. Mayer Theater, and Stanford's Dinkelspiel Auditorium. He has also performed for such notable organizations as Oneness, Spotlight the Arts, The American Lung Association, and Barnes & Noble. Over the years, Aaron has had the privilege of performing for such distinguished personalities as Wink Martindale, Wolfgang Puck, Tom Poston, Susan Sullivan, and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
In addition to his performances both as a solo artist and with the Aaron Meyer Band, Aaron's music has been performed by numerous ensembles, including the Stanford Wind Ensemble, the Calabasas High School Wind Ensemble, San Francisco State University Jazz Band. Throughout 2002, Aaron was featured on KCET (PBS Los Angeles) in a biographical segment entitled "Inspiration is Priceless," and he appeared live on KCET with Yanni later that year. In 2005, Aaron and his band performed a benefit concert for Spotlight the Arts entitled "Meyer @ The Mayer." This event was filmed for CTV, and the special aired for several months.
Aaron is also an accomplished percussionist, having performed with the California All-State Honor Band, CSUN Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, and the Stanford Wind Ensemble. He recently toured in Spain, Morocco, and Portugal with the Stanford Wind Ensemble.
Aaron is a writer and publisher member of ASCAP, and is a multiple recipient of ASCAPlus Music Award. Aaron's primary piano teachers were Edward Francis and Shariar Rohani. He has also studied with Dr. Louise Lepley, George Barth, percussionist Aaron Smith, and jazz pianists Gus Gustavson and Murray Low.
Aaron is currently finishing up his bachelor degree in Music Composition at Stanford University.
For more information, please visit www.AaronMeyerMusic.com