Elizabeth Wolff - Concert Pianist

Minding the Score

Miss Wolff's lifetime of concertizing and teaching is culminated in her lecture-recitals, entitled Minding the Score. She has given these presentations on college campuses and performing arts series, as well as for outreach and community service organizations, including rehabilitation and treatment facilities, hospitals, prisons and senior centers. For each group she is addressing, Miss Wolff adapts her talks and repertoire to fit its specific needs. Her lucid presentations, coupled with her vibrant personality and a deep enthusiasm for music, continue to make these programs both highly sought after and eminently successful.

In a rave review of her debut there, the London Times noted: “Her performances are very humanly eloquent, affirming Miss Wolff's true gift of communication.”

Minding the Score extends that gift.

Examples of MINDING THE SCORE Presentations

Scholarly Topics

Beethoven's Trills—A Musical Audiogram

Brahms Evolving Use of Three

For Pianists

Key Characteristics - Rachmaninoff's Piano Works as Witness

Beethoven, Sonata Opus 106—Adagio sostenuto

The Liszt Sonata—A Faustian Scenario

Independence of Fingers and Beyond

Broader Explorations

Beethoven—The two Fantasy Sonatas, Opus 27

Rachmaninoff—Homage to Schubert

Schumann—Kinderszenen and Kreisleriana:
The Growing Up of Florestan and Eusebius

Seymour Bernstein's New Pictures at an Exhibition