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Angela Steiner is a music director, pianist, voice coach, copyist, orchestrator and arranger based in Denver, CO. Originally from Wichita, Kansas, she has played for and conducted at theater companies all over the United States.

Recently, she aided in sculpting the first regional premiere of the folk rock musical "Futurity" by the Lisps at the Aurora Fox in Colorado. She also helped craft a new TYA musical called Amelia's Big Idea (produced by BETC). Honoring her German heritage, she now also loves playing her accordion, Ethel, whenever she has the chance (including some recent recording sessions, a beer choir and on stage)!


Favorite shows she's worked on include: CRAZY FOR YOU, CABARET, RATTLESNAKE KATE, The Who's TOMMY, SWEENEY TODD, INDECENT and ROCK OF AGES. Previously she has music directed/conducted for The Old Globe, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Asolo Repertory Theater, Barrington Stage Company, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Geva Theatre Center, Little Theater of the Rockies, The University of Northern Colorado, Rocky Mountain Theater for Kids, Candlelight Dinner Playhouse, Midtown Arts Center, Magic Moments and numerous other local Colorado and Kansas theaters.


Besides being a musical theater music director, Angela has also continually music directed, lead choirs and played organ for different churches. She was on staff for many years with the musical theater department at the University of Northern Colorado where she taught multiple classes as well as voice and piano and music directed all the theatrical productions.


Angela holds a bachelors degree in piano from Wichita State University and a masters in collaborative piano from the University of Northern Colorado.

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