Check out Lisa’s CD The Stone People on Naxos Critics’ Choice list here
Lisa’s Ishi’s Song recording on her CD The Stone People makes New Music USA “best-of staff pick” 2016
ALBUM: The Stone People (Cantaloupe Records)
“Lisa’s playing (and singing) here is, as always, supremely musical and controlled and full of intent, and the piece, like all of Martin’s music, is profound, surprising, and rewarding to delve into. The Ishi […]
New York Times Link and Quotes:- “If you spend the next few months with the music compiled here as companion, your life will be, if not necessarily happier or more prosperous, then at least more beautiful.
– ‘THE STONE PEOPLE’ Lisa Moore, piano and voice (Cantaloupe Music). The occasion for this disc is an assemblage of John […]
Reich Double Sextet/Radio Rewrite Ensemble Signal disc is finally out on Harmonia Mundi.
Press:”This sensational recording actually uses another six musicians playing live – a luxury, and one which surely contributes to the performance’s spontaneity and warmth” (theartsdesk.com)
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Lisa Moore – The Stone People “Here is someone who will delve without fear into the furthest reaches of piano music (seek out her Frederick Rzewski interpretations) and come up smiling. Her relentless curiosity and absolute commitment have served her well in assembling this album, which contains John Luther Adams’ […]
Sonograma writes: “These three pieces of Adams – Tukiliit, Among Red Mountainsand Nunatcks- are perhaps the highlight of the recording, treated with delicious expressiveness and impeccable playing technique for the Australian, who reveals a suggestive Adams, majestic even in these miniatures. Throughout the album, the pianist uses a panoply of musical scenes in a well-balanced repertoire section: from the […]
The Hannah Lash Composer Portrait concert April 7th @ Miller Theatre, The New York Times writes this: “The pianist Lisa Moore was the deft soloist in the premiere of “Six Etudes and a Dream,” whose seven vividly scored movements included mournful, slow melodies and virtuosic flurries in the highest register of the keyboard.”