Pianist Guy Livingston graduated from Yale University in 1988, received his Masters Degree from the New England Conservatory of Music in 1991. While at the Conservatory, he recorded John Cage's Winter Music under the direction
of the composer. Then In 1992 he moved to Paris where he now calls home, when not on the road from South Africa
to Poland, Georgia to New York, Italy to Germany. 1995 Prizewinner at the prestigious Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition, in recent seasons Guy Livingston's appearances have included the Centre Pompidou (France); De Ijsbreker (Holland); Lincoln Center, Cooper Union, the Knitting Factory, Miller Theater (NYC). Featured extensively in the French and American press for his electric performances, he is also publisher of the digital magazine Paris Transatlantic, devoted to new and unusual music at www.parisTransatlantic.com.
A CD of Don't Panic: 60 Seconds for Piano is available on Wergo records. His next CD, also with Wergo, The Lost Piano Sonatas of George Antheil, is scheduled for release in September 2003. Future projects include a series on music and gambling, entitled Numbers Game, and the complete Chopin Etudes for piano.
Guy Livingston opened Solo Flights/ Keyboard Summit with Don't Panic: 60 seconds for piano, an incomparable one-man show culled from the pianist's collection of 1-minute works, on 14 February 2003.