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The pianist Tannis Gibson has performed in concert halls throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia including Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie), the Kennedy Center, Merkin Concert Hall, and the National Gallery of Art among others. Her performances have been featured at numerous festivals worldwide including the Bath Festival in England, Bang-on-a-Can in New York, ppAINISSIMO Festival in Sofia, Bulgaria, and the Jornadas Musicales de Invierno in Chile among others. In demand as a collaborative pianist, she has appeared with distinguished artists and ensembles including the Shanghai, Muir, Lark, Miami and Calder String Quartets. Her discography includes acclaimed recordings for the ASV, JRI, CRI, Summit and Cello Classics labels, broadcasts on WGBH Boston, WQXR New York, NPR’s “Performance Today”, and an appearance on NBC’s “Today Show”. Currently, Tannis Gibson is Professor of Music at the University of Arizona.

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