While in Paris, Ms. Tannebaum performed during a special service at the American Cathedral. It’s famous gothic spirals resonated as Ms. Tannebaum performed the Handel concerto with virtuosity and fervor- a delightful combination of musical and architectural excellence.
Hailed for having an “expressive musicality” by the New York Times, Lisa Tannebaum has received numerous critical claims, since her debut at Carnegie Hall in 1998. The artist is passionate about performing in the traditional Salon venue. Her management is currently scheduling Salon concerts throughout the US and again in Paris later this year.
The Salon, originated in Italy in the 16th century and then to Paris in the 17th century, as a popular venue for intimate classical music concerts, typically followed by intellectual discussion on current events. Ms. Tannebaum is among a small number of classical musicians eager to revive the Salon concert in modern society. Additionally, Ms. Tannebaum has begun filming a documentary about her experiences, which is intended for distribution on various digital and cable networks.
For more information, access to downloads, booking information and to reserve a copy of Ms. Tannebaum’s new CD, released later this year, please visit: http://www.Lisa-Tannebaum.com or contact her manager, Devon Fleming.