Elaine Greenfield is a widely acclaimed pianist, recognized internationally for her performances, recordings, and teaching, with a distinguished career as soloist/lecture recitalist, and collaborative artist. She has received rave reviews from The New York Times for performances at Carnegie, Merkin, and Steinway Halls; and nationally for performances at the Phillips Collection, Boston’s Gardner Museum; plus, university and community concert series coast to coast. She has been televised and broadcast over national and international radio, including the BBC, NPR, WGBH, WNYC, WAMC, WVPR, and KBAQ. Elaine was a founder of VT Contemporary Music Ensemble, and toured for two decades with Philadelphia flutist & NY Concert Artist Guild winner, Pamela Guidetti. She directs Greenfield Piano Associates, an educational organization dedicated to the art of piano playing, and is an internationally known educator and clinician. 1996 marked her first of several performances at the Historical Piano Study Center of the E. Michael Frederick Collection, Ashburnham MA, where she subsequently engaged in three extensive recording projects. Clavier magazine, and others, lauded her 2004 album release Debussy Preludes, Bks.1 & 2.
“Greenfield’s performances on the two-CD set are impeccable…how this music was meant to sound…” — Philippa Kiraly, Clavier Magazine / Dec. 2005
“Alluring pedal effects sustain Greenfield’s leisurely spacing of slower pieces… She meets technical challenges with no effort…” — Jed Distler, ClassicsToday.com
One of the most gripping performances of Debussy Preludes ever recorded… passionate interpretations—fabulous playing…” — James Leonard, Allmusic.com
Elaine Greenfield and Janice Meyer Thompson, as the TRANSCONTINENTAL PIANO DUO, have performed on community and university series nationwide. Their recording French Four-Hands with the Elegant Erard was released in 2013. It marked Eliane Greenfield’s second recording venture at the Frederick Collection. In RAVEL COMPARED, her third project at the Collection, she performs identical selections on two contrasting instruments: Michael Frederick’s 1893 French Erard, and a rare 1917 Ivers & Pond Parlor Concert Grand, residing in Syracuse NY. With this recording Eliane Greenfield hopes to add insights and shed light on Ravel’s musical intentions and incomparable sound. www.elainegreenfield.com www.transcontinentalpianoduo.com