Enid Katahn: "An unaffected approach and the power of lucid interpretation" (1) that provides "Unforgettable music making by a consummate artist" (2) allow pianist Enid Katahn to realize her concept of music as a communicative art. Performances by the "Technically versatile, cultured pianist" (3) whose playing is "Notable for its grace and sensitivity" (4) reflect her mastery of the multi-level dialogue between performer and audience that is essential to the creation of a true musical experience.
In addition to concerts in America and Europe, Katahn has performed in films and videos, on television and on radio, including broadcasts for the BBC.
Highly respected by her colleagues, Enid Katahn is in demand throughout the United States for her lecture/demonstrations and her workshops for teachers. Professor of Piano Emeritus at Vanderbilt University's Blair School of Music, she is a recipient of Vanderbilt's Alumni Education Award.
(1) The Daily Telegraph [London] (David Money)
(2) Wigmore Hall [London] Recital Review (Eric Ward)
(3) Vienna Free Press
(4) New York Times