Euan Stevenson

Euan Stevenson is a Scottish composer, pianist and arranger. His music encompasses jazz, classical, folk and pop. His compositions and performances have been broadcast across BBC Radio, Classic FM and Jazz FM. BBC Radio Scotland have described his compositions as “lush, modern and brilliantly accessible” and The Sunday Times’ reviewer found his writing “concise and hauntingly original.”

Over the past decade, Stevenson has collaborated with and performed alongside many leading UK jazz musicians and vocalists,
notably David Newton (Newton/Stevenson Piano Duo), Jim Mullen, Anita Wardell and Tina May. He has also enjoyed a long association as accompanist/co-writer/ producer/arranger for emerging popular jazz singer Georgia Cécile (winner of the 2019 Scottish Jazz Vocalist of the Year Award and nominated for the UK Jazz Vocalist of the Year Award 2020).

A sought after educator, Stevenson teaches piano at Aberdeen City Music School, Glasgow University and is a part time lecturer and piano tutor at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. In addition to participating in workshops and summer schools, he also enjoys coaching a small number of private piano pupils, both online and in person, specialising in techniques for improvisation and composition.