American pianist Carolyn Enger is a boldly passionate musician. Anthony Tommasini, Chief Music Critic of The New York Times, selected her recording of Ned Rorem’s Piano Album land Six Friends on Naxos American Classics Series recording, as one of the “Best in Classical Recordings for 2013.” MusicWeb International described her playing as “thoughtful and sensitive… expressive… with fine nuance and tone shading.” Fanfare wrote, “Enger’s dynamic control and emotional sensitivity complement her keen sense of timing and proportion.” She is“a musician of rare quality.”
An active soloist, Ms. Enger has delivered her distinctly personal concerts in venues around the world, from Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter Auditorium, and the Kosciuszko Foundation in New York City, to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC and the Felicja Blumenthal Music Center in Tel Aviv, Israel. Dedicated to bringing music to new audiences, Ms. Enger often performs in accessible civic spaces such as Israel’s Bet Yad Lebanim in Nahariya, and St. Peter’s Church and the Donnell Library Center in New York City. Ms. Enger’s community engagement performances have left presenters and audiences “in complete awe of her passion, skill and genuine warmth.”
Ms. Enger is a Steinway Concert Artist.
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