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Steven Senisi is an orchestral, hip-hop, and electronic composer, producer, and engineer, as well as a keyboardist and bassist. He produces original instrumental music for films, tv, and advertising, and hip-hop instrumentals for various rap artists.
Steven has been playing music since age 3. He was classically trained, starting on the violin with Suzuki and piano at age 5. He took private lessons for both instruments and continued with lessons for classical cello in 4th grade.
He attended Schenectady High School where he participated in orchestra, jazz band, and many different choirs. He participated in his regional select orchestra, the Empire State Youth Orchestra, from 1997 to 2004.
Steven was featured in the book Steel Drumming At The Apollo in which one of his bands made it to the “Super Top Dog” level of “Amateur Night at the Apollo.” There is an album that was released with the book in which he assisted in writing, performing and engineering, and producing with co-producer Andre Brown.
Steven was accepted into Berklee College of Music with a partial scholarship and attended in 2006, with a focuses on film scoring and music business.
He is currently the bass player and a sound engineer with hard rock band Sonus Maximus.
Just a few of Steven’s major musical influences include Hans Zimmer, Radiohead, Scott Storch, Philip Glass, Deftones, Snoop Dogg, Tchaikovsky, Tool, Jay-Z, Gruvis Malt, Muse, Miles Davis, Gustav Holst, and Daniel Licht.