“Lisa makes my dice too small”
The piano player visiting Trondheim on Thursday, made the water flow. Not literally, but this was the experience she created.
Words: Maria Veie Sandvik
Water flowed into the cathedral, it was like a dream.
Lisa Moore performed on a podium underneath the main tower, between the northern and southern wing. Despite her considerable […]
Last Thursday Lisa stepped into Sydney’s Eugene Goossens Hall at the ABC Radio as a guest on “Duet”, presented by Tamara-Anna Cislowska. She discussed and presented recordings of music she loves, and then performed Arvo Pärt’s “Pari Intervallo” duet with Tamara.
Listen to the podcast HERE
“Lisa Moore’s recital framed a selection of old-world European works by Janacek, Beethoven and Schumann with newer works from America that each, in their different ways, have redefined how we hear and think about the piano and about music….”
Read the full review HERE
“Moore played this piece with warmth, avoiding the over-mechanical approach minimalist works […]
Video from Tiny Desk! Lisa Moore performs Jonny Greenwood’s solo “88” and “Water” at NPR in DC with Signal
Check out the NPR Video link HERE
Spin writes about it:
“The second work was another Messiaen-inspired piece for solo piano, 2015’s 88 (No. 1), for which Greenwood released sheet music last year. The work requires the pianist (in this case, Lisa Moore) to put on fingerless gloves halfway through the performance—a tribute to legendary pianist […]
“The set of Preludes reveals a distinctive voice, evocative of distant and lost worlds… The playing of Lisa Moore is incredibly evocative … the sounds that she produces from the piano can best be described as achingly beautiful.”
Read it all here and here: “Although concert pianists naturally tend toward extroversion, it takes a particularly confident performer to undertake Frederic Rzewski’s De Profundis (1992), the spotlight work on Which Side Are You On?, an all-Rzewski disc released by Cantaloupe Music in 2003. The pianist here is Lisa Moore, whose impeccable keyboard skills are […]
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‘Prelude No. 7′ has an abandoned 80s fairground vibe with the waltz-like accompaniment in the left hand and the subtle addition of ascending and descending synth passages that float around the melody like an ominous merry-go-round jingle, but from the 80s.’ (Rosa Gollan)