Hailed for her expressive musicality and creativity by The New York Times, Lisa Tannebaum, harpist, has performed solo, chamber and orchestral repertoire at major venues and festivals throughout Europe and the United States.
Tannebaum toured Europe with the Broadway show "42nd Street", was the harpist for "The Fantasticks" at the legendary Sullivan Street Theatre in New York, and performed with both the Bialystock Orchestra from Poland and the New England Symphonic Orchestra at Carnegie Hall. Tannebaum's "superb talent" (D.J. Luksetich, The Star) has also been featured in solo performances with the Kansas City Chamber Orchestra, Aspen Music Festival Orchestra, Missouri Chamber Orchestra, and North Jersey Orchestra, among others. She has performed under such conductors as Sergiu Comissiona and James DePreist.
Most recently she has appeared in concerts with the Shanghai String Quartet, the Metropolitan Opera String Quintet, the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as in a variety of solo recitals.
Besides maintaining a growing performance schedule, she teaches at her studio in Stamford, CT. The only Suzuki Method Harp Teacher in the Northeast, she has served on the faculties of the Amadeus School in Chappaqua and the Northern Westchester Center for the Arts in Mount Kisco, in Westchester County, New York. She has also taught at several music camps, including the Vermont Youth Orchestra Camp, and has appeared, both as a performer and as a lecturer on harp history, on a number of television programs.
Lisa Tannebaum holds a bachelor's degree in physics from Carleton College and an M.F.A. from the State University of New York in Purchase, NY.