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Overview


Lisa
Tannebaum

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Lisa
Tannebaum

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Expressive musicality and creativity

The New York Times

 

BIO

Hailed for her “expressive musicality and creativity” by The New York Times, Lisa Tannebaum has performed solo, chamber and orchestral repertoire at major venues and festivals throughout Europe and the United States.  Her unorthodox story inspires those pursuing their artistry and passion in non-traditional time frames.

Whether Ms. Tannebaum was touring in Europe with the Broadway show “42nd Street”, with “The Fantasticks” at the legendary New York Sullivan Street Theatre, or playing both on land and at sea on the Queen Elizabeth II trans-atlantic crossing, Ms. Tannebaum has enjoyed her diverse career. Ms. Tannebaum’s ”superb talent” (D.J. Luksetich, The Star) has also been featured in solo, chamber and orchestral performances with notable conductors and composers such as  Sergiu Comissiona, James DePreist, and John Corigliano.

Ms. Tannebaum began her formal harp studies at the age of 24 after receiving her B.A. in Physics from Carleton College.  After moving to New York, she received her MFA in Harp Performance from The State University of New York at Purchase. While in New York, Lisa Tannebaum had a flourishing Suzuki studio, the first Suzuki harp studio in the Northeast. During this time, she served on the faculties of the Amadeus School in Chappaqua and the Northern Westchester Center for the Arts, taught at several music camps, and appeared on a number of television programs.

While raising her family, Ms. Tannebaum put her career on hold. She decided to work intensively with music coaches to educate her to a new level of proficiency. Since her critically acclaimed Carnegie Hall debut under the auspices of Artists International, “…played with grace and a mastery of dynamic variation” (New York Concert Review), Ms. Tannebaum has performed another solo recital at Carnegie Hall, released her CD, “My Harp, My Heart”, and soloed with the Stamford Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall.

Ms. Tannebaum plays on a Camac Atlantide and a Lyon and Healy 23 Gold.

 

 

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SAMPLE PROGRAMS

 

Solo repertoire

Largo
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Transcribed by Marcel Granjany

Fantasie Impromptu
Frederic Chopin (1810 -1849)
Transcribed by De Wayne Fulton

Une chatelaine en sa tour
Gabriel Faure (1845-1924)

Nocturne
Mikhael Glinka (1804 -1857)

Spanish Dances for Harp                                  Enrique Granados (1867-1916)
I    Galante/Minueto
II   Oriental
III  Fandango                                                                   IV  Villanesca
V   Andaluza
VI  Rondalla Aragonesa

Fantasy on a theme of Haydn                          Marcel Grandjany (1891-1975)

Passacaglia
George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)
Transcribed by Lisa Tannebaum

La Source
Alphonse Hasselmans (1845-1912)

Nocturne
Alphonse Hasselmans (1845-1912)

Sonata for Harp
Pierce Houdy (1929 - )

Toccata                                                                   Jean-Baptiste Loeillet (1680-1730)
Transcription:  Marcel Grandjany

Sonata in C Minor
Giovanni Battista Pescetti (1704 -1776)

Fantasie Op. 35
Louis Spohr (1784-1859)

 

CONCERTOS

Danses Sacree et Danse Profane
Claude Debussy (1862-1918)

Harp Concerto in B - Flat Major
George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)

Concerto for Flute & Harp in C
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

Concertstück
Gabriel Pierné (1863-1937)

Introduction et Allegro
Maurice Ravel (1875- 1937)

 

CHAMBER

Viola de Gamba and Harpsichord Sonata Transcribed for Viola and Harp
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)               Transcription: Lisa Tannebaum

Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp
Claude Debussy (1862-1918)

Spanish Dances for Harp and Guitar
I   Galante/Minueto
II  Oriental
III Fandango                                                                     IV Villanesca
V  Andaluza
VI Rondalla Aragonesa
Enrique Granados (1867-1916)

Spirit of the Trees
Alan Hovhaness (1911-2000)

Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia
Aram Khachaturian (1903-1978)

Prelude, Marine et Chanson pour Flute, Violin, Viola, Violoncello & Harp (quintet)
Guy Ropartz (1864-1955)

Serenade
Albert Roussel (1869-1937)

Concertante for Flute and Harp
Louis Spohr (1784-1859)

 

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