April 3 2016 “On her most recent album, “The Stone People,” the pianist Lisa Moore sings and plays Martin Bresnick’s hypnotic “Ishi’s Song,” a setting of a chant by the last member of the Yahi, who died in 1916…His setting begins with the pianist’s simultaneously singing and playing the song, which starts out sounding sunny, and naïve. As the voice drops away and the piano continues to reiterate the melody, it takes on an increasingly forlorn and alien feel, the husk of a tune that has long since lost its meaning.” — Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim The New York Times
- Lisa receives a rave review from Big Ears Festival ’17 for her Mad Rush Glass show
- Lisa makes Top 10 Australian Women in Music List
- The Stone People CD makes Naxos Critics’ Choice list Feb 2017
- “Ishi’s Song” sound track makes New Music USA Staff Pick 2016
- Lisa’s “The Stone People” CD hits top 20 of The New York Times Best-of 2016 Classical Music List!