Elizabeth Faw Haydn Pizer is a composer, pianist, music journalist and archivist. Her musical compositions have been performed and broadcast throughout the U.S. and overseas, including New York City, Boston, Atlanta, Memphis, Baton Rouge, Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, England, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Romania, Holland, Mexico, Australia, and Brazil.
Recent events include: Elegy in Amber (In Memorium Leonard Bernstein) released on CD by MMC Recordings, and performed by the Dayton Philharmonic, St. Paul Civic Symphony, Macalester College Symphony, and Ohio University Symphony, and scheduled for performance by Iowa State University Symphony; Elegy for Strings performed by the Lowell Philharmonic; Expressions Intimes broadcast on WGBH-Boston, WCNY-Syracuse, and 4MBS in Australia; and Madrigals Anon performed on southeastern U.S. tour by the Kenyon College Chamber Singers and scheduled for performance by New Mexico Pro Coro. Pizer’s biography appears in the recently published The New Grove Dictionary of Women Composers.
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