“A concert by Steven Schoenberg is like almost nothing else in music. Others can improvise in performance, but very few can improvise over so wide a range of musical forms as those with which Schoenberg is in touch. One of his impromptu pieces may include a theme from the Beatles or Beethoven or from a piece he has written; it may begin with a brief phrase suggested by someone in the audience; or it may contain nothing recognizable from anywhere else.”

John Stifler, Hampshire Life