Originally from Flemington, New Jersey, Kevin Kuh is a violinist, composer and producer based in New York City. A graduate from New York University, Kevin received his Bachelors in Music Performance and a minor in the Business of Entertainment, Media and Technology from the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development.
Since his arrival to New York City, Kevin has developed a distinct expertise for improvisation and comfort in playing various genres of music making him highly in demand for studio recordings, live performances, and experimental projects. His engagements have brought him to renowned stages around the world including, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Appel Room, Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall (formerly Avery Fisher Hall), Carnegie Hall, Beacon Theatre, and the Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center.
As a recording artist, Kevin has appeared on studio recordings with hip-hop legend and Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon, Kool A.D, Mr. MFN eXquire, Mree, and many others. He has appeared in performances with independent and commercial recording artists such as Grammy award-winner Paul Simon, Andrew McMahon of Jack’s Mannequin, multi award-winning composer Stephen Schwartz, Topaz Jones, The Lesson, The Songwriter’s Orchestra, and Corey Mach’s Broadway Sings. Kevin has also performed at shows and events for the New York Musical Theatre Festival, International Fringe Festival, Dramatist Guild Fund, VH1’s Save the Music, and WQXR’s McGraw Hill Young Artists Showcase. His music has also been featured in numerous live action and animated films, videos and commercials; most recently by viral Youtube vlogger Casey Nesitat.
Kevin’s most recent project is with Brooklyn based Electronic-Hip-Hop band Pool Cosby, in which he co-produces, arranges and performs. The group has been a featured artist on Reverbnation, ranking #1 on their chart for Experimental Artists in Brooklyn. Pool Cosby has already released two EPs and two full-length albums and they are set to release their first commercial album in August of 2016.