Pianist Carolyn Enger has gained critical acclaim for her lyrical and dynamic playing, as well as her deeply felt interpretations of works from the 18th century to the present. In addition to an active performance schedule on two continents, Ms. Enger has enjoyed remarkable success as a recording artist: The New York Times selected her Naxos recording of intimate Ned Rorem miniatures, Piano Album I & Six Friends, as one of the newspaper’s “Best In Classical Recordings” in 2013. 


Ms. Enger’s thoughtful programs are informed by a keen sense of history, identity, and personal connection. Her cinematic concert program Resonating Earth – a collaboration with Peabody Award winning broadcaster, producer, and director Elliott Forrest (WQXR), and internationally-exhibited photographer and environmental activist J Henry Fair – seeks to transport listeners to a still, introspective space, inspiring action to protect our beautiful, fragile world. Focusing on the era of World War II, Ms. Enger’s multimedia project The Mischlinge Exposé combines music, literature, and images that evoke the haunting memories of the Mischlinge – half-Jews and German-Jewish converts in Germany before, during, and after the Holocaust – events reflected in Ms. Enger’s own experience as the child of a Holocaust survivor.


Ms. Enger is dedicated to bringing music to varied audiences in accessible civic spaces. One of her performances at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts is featured in Frederick Wiseman’s acclaimed documentary Ex Libris, which received its PBS premiere in Fall 2018. Also in Fall 2018, her residence with Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts (MECA), a social justice and cultural initiative, allowed her to share the Mischlinge Exposé’s message of tolerance and remembrance with the curious students of Texas public schools. One community leader shared that Carolyn’s performance left audiences “in complete awe of her passion, skill and genuine warmth.”




Best in Classical Recordings in 2013

The New York Times

Carolyn Engers

Concert Pianist w Cinematic Programs

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Lavishing tone and sensitive, nuanced, thoughtful unhurried timeless playing.


Robert Schulslaper
Fanfare Magazine

Review of “In Evening Air” CD


Impeccable sense of timing…Clear tone and graceful naivety…Enger can be commended for her taste in music…There is much novelty to delight in…

American Record Guide
Review of “In Evening Air” CD



Carolyn Enger - concert pianist, “Best in Classical Recordings 2013” by The New York Times! Offering a cinematic program, Resonating Earth as well as The Mischlinge Exposé which combines music, literature, and images that evoke haunting memories of life in Germany before, during, and after the Holocaust.  Told through the eyes and memories of a child of a Holocaust survivor.