American pianist Carolyn Enger is committed to distinctive and memorable concert experiences. In the New York area she has performed concerts at many venues, including Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall, Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter Auditorium, the Cathedral of St John the Divine, and the Tenri Cultural Center. Her repertoire ranges from European masterworks to new discoveries, with a particular focus on works by American and Israeli composers. Furthering her interest in creative concert experiences, she has developed a multimedia concert programme about the Second World War, combining music, literature, and images, centering on the lives of Mischlinge—Half-Jews, in Germany, before, during and after the Holocaust. Carolyn Enger’s début album, In Evening Air, includes music of Beethoven, Scriabin, Hanson, Copland, Lowell Liebermann, and Ned Rorem. Inspired by her work while recording this album, she delved deeper into Rorem’s pieces for piano and fell in love with his miniatures. After hearing her world première recording of his complete Piano Album, Ned Rorem thanked her for the “wonderful performance of my music”. Carolyn Enger is a Steinway artist.