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Dr. Sullivan

As a Doctoral student at the University of Southern California, Dr. Sullivan was awarded the top prize in the school's concerto competition. He performed Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 25, K. 503, with the school orchestra under the able direction of William Eddins. Click the icon below to listen to an MP3 file of the complete third movement (15.9 MB).

Dr. Sullivan continues to perform regularly in venues around Southern California. As part of the 26th Annual Long Beach Bach Festival, he performed Beethoven's Fantasia in C Minor for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 80, with the Camerata Singers of Long Beach and the Long Beach Festival Orchestra under the direction of David Wilson. Click the icon below for a short video excerpt of his performance (Real Media, 6 MB).

Steven Mann

A former student of Sullivan Music Studio, Steven Mann is continuing his studies at the Manhattan School of Music. There he is working toward a DMA degree under Andre-Michel Schub. Click the appropriate icon below for an excerpt of Schubert's Impromptu in E-Flat. (Real Media files)


Sebastian Chang

Under Dr. Sullivan's tutelage, Sebastian Chang performed Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin with the California Symphony under the baton of Barry Jakowsky. Click below for a 4-minute clip including the exciting finale. (Real Media files)


Dr. Sullivan, Kit, and Van Cliburn at a Grammy Luncheon honoring Mr. Cliburn. Kit performed Mozart and his own composition for the distinguished guests.

Kit Armstrong

In this clip, Dr. Sullivan's student Kit Armstrong (Age 8) performs the third movement, Allegro assai, from the Mozart Piano Concerto in A, K. 488. He is accompanied by Michael Sushel. This live performance took place at the Music Teachers Association of California State Concerto Competition Finals on July 1, 2000.

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