Yearly Archives: 2022


August 2022

5 star review in The Australian for Moore’s new album

By | 2022-08-22T22:51:44+11:00 August 22nd, 2022|Uncategorized|

“Moore reveals the gamut of her artistry, from the Bjork-like delivery of Andrew Marvell poetry to the thunderous battering of her hapless Steinway. Here, Moore’s music is never less than dazzling and breathtaking, offering a take-no-prisoners manifesto that is urgent, vital life-affirming.”
Aug 20, 2022 – by Vincent Plush, The Australian

Wonderful Rzewski album review from VAN Magazine

By | 2022-08-20T07:02:45+11:00 August 20th, 2022|Uncategorized|

“There’s a parlor quality to Moore’s voice, almost a sprechstimmy interpretation of the lyrics, augmented by her innate warmth and emotional immediacy…. Moore’s lawless love for the work transforms it into nothing short of a sacrament, moving from Stockhausen-like austerity into Lisztian excess; it’s a passion play followed by transfiguration.”

The New York Times thumbs up feature article on Moore’s new Rzewski album

By | 2022-08-22T22:53:45+11:00 August 5th, 2022|Uncategorized|

The New York Times feature article HERE today!

For the full article go to “Articles”

Seth Colter Walls writes in “Critic’s Notebook” about Moore’s new Frederic Rzewski album ‘no place to go but around‘ :

“The lushness of some of its chords, though, is what strikes me most forcefully on repeat listens. And that’s […]

July 2022

June 2022

May 2022

A nice Los Angeles Times mention for Lisa’s Rzewski Appreciation concert at Zipper Hall, presented by PianoSpheres

By | 2022-05-02T23:31:39+11:00 May 2nd, 2022|Uncategorized|

 Two guest pianists were on hand with works written for them in 2020. Rzewski cultivated the reputation of a curmudgeon, but as Lisa Moore showed in “Amoramaro” and Ursula Oppens in “Friendship,” the composer lovingly captured feistiness in the former and profound strength and musicality in the latter. A longtime champion of Rzewski, Oppens made […]

A lovely “Fanfare” review for Lisa’s Kitzke recording.

By | 2022-05-02T23:24:14+11:00 May 2nd, 2022|Uncategorized|

“The two brave soloists not only sing, but whistle, speak, and play percussion. The first piece was commissioned by the clearly multi-talented Lisa Moore, who performs it here with astonishing verve. Kitzke’s music bristles with polystylism: one moment jazz, one moment contemporary, the next a quote or near-quote. Bringing Roses […]

March 2022