Tannis Gibson
Pianist, Tannis Gibson’s performances have been described as “luminous” (The Boston Globe) and “thoroughly captivating.” (The Washington Post) A versatile musician and pianist, Ms. Gibson programs a diverse range of repertoire. Her artistry has been praised for its “brilliance, energy and personality.” (Tucson Citizen)

Ms. Gibson has been heard in concert halls throughout North America, Europe and China. Venues includes Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie), the Kennedy Center, Merkin Hall, Corcoran Gallery, National Gallery of Art and the Gardner Museum. Her festival performances include, among others, the Bath Festival in England, Banff Festival of the Arts in Canada, the ppIANISSIMO festival in Sofia, Bulgaria, and New York's Bang-on-a-Can. She has collaborated with many fine artists, as well as ensembles such as the Shanghai, Muir, American, Lark, Audubon and Miami String Quartets and the Dorian Woodwind Quintet. Ms. Gibson has appeared with orchestra including Shanghai Radio Orchestra, French Woods Festival Orchestra and Catalina Chamber Orchestra among others.

Ms. Gibson has recorded for CRI, ASV (London), JRI and Summit Records. In 1995, the Monticello Trio’s CD of Nicholas Maw’s Piano Trio, with Gibson as pianist, was nominated for a Gramophone Award, and selected as “Editor’s Choice” for Gramophone Magazine

Tannis Gibson, holds a B.M. from the University of Regina magna cum laude and a M.M. from the Juilliard School where she was a scholarship student of Sascha Gorodnitzki and Herbert Stessin.

Currently, Ms. Gibson resides in Tucson and is Associate Professor of Music at the University of Arizona. She is a dedicated teacher and her students have been prize winners in international competitions, as well as local and regional events. Several now hold faculty positions in institutions throughout the United States.
J123 : Dohnanyi, Kodaly, Strauss: Sonatas for Cello and Piano