“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)
A Coveted Possession: The Rise and Fall of the Piano in Australia by Michael Atherton (La Trobe University Press) “His thumbnail sketches of our major pianists, from Percy Grainger, Eileen Joyce and Geoffrey Tozer to Roger Woodward and Lisa Moore, are tantalizing in their succinctness and suggest further volumes exploring the extraordinary range of the […]
Murray Black writes: “Lisa Moore’s impressive five-part set – the highlight was her compelling performance of Frederic Rzewski’s De Profundis in which Moore sobbed, sighed and spoke from Oscar Wilde’s text while playing the difficult piano part” (Aug 28, 2018)
Limelight Magazine writes for Recitals Australia, Elder Hall, Adelaide: “Two pianists, one spirit, one superbly delivered set of Goldberg Variations….” (June 17, 2018)