Something New !
Listen to a wonderful Soundscapes Album Show as well as an Artist Profile at:
And….an in-depth review by One World Music on Amazon.com of Deborah’s Soundscapes:
Soundscapes nominated to TOP THREE in “Best Piano With Instrumentation” competition hosted by EPR (Enlightened Piano Radio), which supports pianists as artists and composers. All nominees have been invited to perform in concert at the Berlin Philharmonic Symphony Hall on October 3, 2018. Winners in each category will be announced in Berlin. Please join us !
Soundscapes hits Top 10 Radio Airplay Chart at Zone Music Reporter for January, 2018
Soundscapes nominated for “Best Contemporary Instrumental Album”
by OWM (One World Music) February 15, 2018
2018 TOUR DATES for Deborah’s “Keyboard & Komedy” with Trio
Courtesy of National Performing Artists Agency, Fountain Hills, Arizona
March 2nd – 7 p.m. Palm Ridge Rec Center Sun City West Call for tickets: (623) 544-6583
March 3rd – 4:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. Renaissance Performing Arts Theatre Goodyear Call for ticket information: (623) 535-9854
March 4th – 7 p.m. Robson Ranch Eloy Call for ticket information: (360) 931-3285 (Activity Director)
March 6th – 7 p.m. Fountain Hills Presbyterian Church 13001 N. Fountain Hills Blvd. Fountain Hills 85268 (480) 837-1763 Call church directly to purchase or put tickets on “Will Call” Basis. Almost sold out !
March 11th – 7 p.m. Palm Creek RV & Golf Resort Casa Grande Call for ticket info: (520) 876-8979
Special Announcement: Premiere of Piano Fantasy composed by Deborah ! with La Forza Orchestra
FREE FREE FREE
Sunday, May 13 – 3 p.m.
Camelback Seventh-day Adventist Church
5902 E. Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85018
“This is indeed the Music of Deborah Offenhauser; it is eclectic, delightful, totally, enjoyable and an album that can simply be enjoyed for enjoyment sake; no more no less.” Read more at:
“Irrational Exuberance” starts off with the sound of a horse running by and it ends the same way. This is all part of the music that Deborah presents. The sounds of life, people, nature, atmospheres and every day sounds that lead to her music and honestly, mix in equally well.”
Read more by Keith at http://www.newagemusicreviews.net/2018/02/deborahoffenhausersoundscapes.html
By Dyan Garris
“…That she can play the piano and play it very well, is obvious. This album, however, is an intriguing piece of artistry that’s a little out of the box, and showcases her growth, range, and immense talent as an artist and composer.
“Soundscapes” was recorded with renowned, Los Angeles based sound engineer, artist, and producer, James Linahon, whose work has included several well-known and major award-winning projects.”
Read more by Dyan at http://www.newagecd.com/deborah-offenhauser-soundscapes-album-review/
ADDITIONAL REVIEWS – Read on !
“…listen to her magic touch on pieces like the opener, “Decidedly Joyful“… you will realize that I don’t use the words “diverse” and “enchanting” without cause… Deborah’s music is far from “just another New Age album“… this tune feels (very much) like the same kind of dynamics I heard when I first listened to…” Read the rest of the review at:
Soundscapes review by Kathy Parson
“[Soundscapes’] pieces have an optimistic spirit and the majority of them are quite melodic. A few tracks are more abstract and atmospheric, but all thirteen have a colorful story to tell.”
Soundscapes review by Vivek Kumar (India) “Throughout the album, she has presented a rich confluence of various instruments coupled with various moods of the piano.”
Read more of this review at: https://www.2indya.com/2018/01/24/cd-reviews-they-were-here-and-soundscapes/ (Soundscapes is the second CD reviewed; please scroll down its page)
Candice Michelle of Aural Awakenings gives an extensive review of Soundscapes. “A musical chameleon of sorts, Deborah Offenhauser’s style is eclectic and hard to pigeonhole, which speaks to her versatility as both composer and performer. In conclusion, Soundscapes will likely most appeal to fans of neoclassical and contemporary instrumental music that possesses a uniquely experimental edge! ”
“From start to end it is a fabulous musical adventure. The Piano is such a versatile instrument, it can be happy or sad, it can be consoling or accusing, there are no limits to its ability in the hands of a great player. Deborah Offenhauser is that great player.”
Read more of this review by Simon Barrett at http://www.bloggernews.net/14023
“Deb, “Soundscapes” came out superbly – extremely creative, a total “new age” place for your skills. Really some wonderful melodies and spaces on this new endeavor by you… impressive! It’s an outstanding 1st class creative project that shows real artistry and serious depth as a composer.”
James Linahon (engineer for many Grammy nominees), Los Angeles, California
“[As your sound designer], your music was a delight to arrange. It is inspiring and calming for the mind at the same time.”
Markus Burger, Germany
“Slow cooking makes delicious music meals. You now have given birth to a new treasure for the world to enjoy. Your music and talent is great.”
Suzan Bader of DSM (Decidedly Superior Music) Publishing Company
“Your album “Butterflies” is a wonderful musical accomplishment.
The piano play in tracks like “They Can’t Take That Away From Me” conveys a tangible sensitivity that is rare in today’s music.
Your arrangements are fresh and unique and your play is just as delicate.
‘Lara’s Theme’ and ‘Unfoldment’ portray a more intense level of drama and add to the diversity of the entire album while showcasing your immense talent on the piano.
What a great product!
Diana Burnell Director of A&R Watchfire Music
“Deborah’s work is amazing. Her music is up-beat and she is always able to energize her audience with her amazing stage presence.”
- Rami M. Kalla, Film & TV Producer
“Millions of my listeners enjoy your music.”
- Di Promotion/Poland
“Lots of originality in every cut.”
- WKIN AM/Gray, Tennessee
“She’s a superb piano player – refreshing”
- Rodvre Kanalen/Denmark
– WBYW FM/Grand Rapids, MI
“Superb! I love it”
- Radio Equinoxe/Belgium
“Refreshing new style! All good.”
– Radio 49/Denmark