Sunday, September 15, 2019

Lisa Ann Marsh

Lisa Ann Marsh is a member of the adjunct piano faculties at Portland State University and Portland Community College. As Director of the Coordinate Movement Program at Portland State University she specializes in retraining injured musicians. Her courses focus on injury prevention, health and well being for musicians and mind-body connections for increased artistry and creativity.
As a solo and collaborative performer, she specializes in presenting 20th and 21st century music. Ms. Marsh is pianist with the Marsh-Titterington Piano Duo and former Principal Keyboard with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra. Her original compositions reflect diverse influences and are often inspired by her environment and the artists she collaborates wit

Representative WorksFrom the Sea (11/17/ 2012), Arthur and Urania (6/24/13) Distillation (11/20/13)

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Oregon Connection: My Oregon connection is two-fold. Having resided in Oregon for the past 40 years, I am inspired daily by the beauty and spirit of our state. Many of my compositions are inspired by the natural landscape that surrounds us. Local visual artists, musicians and poets, who I collaborate with, also inspire me. These collaborations take the form of artwork used as covers for my published music, poetry used as libretto, and performances with local musicians.