Nancy Garniez is a late-blooming soloist who has been performing increasingly in the US and in Europe since 1990. This CD is the fulfillment of her lifelong dream of producing a live, intimate, unedited performance using state-of-the-art audio equipment and engineering.
What you hear on the CD is awfully close to what she hears when she plays the piano. Well-known as an innovative teacher and performer, she is the author of What Might It Mean? An Uncommon Glossary of Musical Terms and Concepts for the Stuck, Bored, and Curious, published in 1999. (The book was described by fiction writer Leonard Michaels as: a remarkably interesting book .[that] gives exquisite attention to the fundamental expressive powers of the human voice.
She is also Coordinator of Chamber Music at the Mannes College of Music in New York City. Another claim to fame is that she is the mother of jazz singer-songwriter-accordionist Rachelle Garniez.
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