Piano studies at the "Amsterdam University of the Arts / Hilversums Conservatorium" with Rob Madna, Karel Boehlee and Frans van Dalen. Lives since 1992 in Berlin as a freelance musician, where he also teaches piano, jazz piano, ensemble, theory and composition at municipal music schools. Over the years Stephan Noël Lang has worked as a pianist with numerous musicians from various fields, including Paul Weiling, Dirk Homuth, Özay, Dotschy Reinhardt, Christoph Anacker, Rainer Winch, Robin Draganic, Andreas Spannagel, Jürgen Kupke, Marc Muellbauer, Papa Binne, Stefan Lienenkämper, Luten Petrowsky and Uschi Brüning.
Another focus of his work is composition, examples of which are his trio CD "Echoes" (Nagel Heyer Records 2033), the soundtrack for the TV production "Nelken für Sansibar" (NDR) and the multimedia production "Die Reise hinter das Licht" (NGBK). Stephan Noël Lang is also occasionally active as a stage musician, e. g. on the silent film classic "Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari" (on the occasion of the film anniversary at the original film location in Berlin-Weißensee), on the theatre monologue "Novecento" with Rainer Guldener (directed by Andreas Seyferth), or in the musical area (LP "Godspell", with Uwe Kröger, among others). His salsa-inspired composition "Goodbye" was recorded on CD by the Japanese Akira Matsuo Trio ("Besame Mucho" - Terasima Records)
As part of his teaching activities, he has created a comprehensive treatise on harmony with the title "Kompendium der Harmonie" (with numerous music examples from different epochs and genres) and a methodical piano school for beginners entitled "Tastentöne" (both previously unpublished).
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