Ann Warren




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If you don't know me...

I take the clangs of NYC construction, sporadic beep beep of horns, whirring of some type of unidentified machine that never seems to stop, then mix in some occasional cabbie shouting expletives, the bass thump thump thump from a car passing in the night, the bar or stadium cheers for a Yankees home run and..., and am surrounded by music!

If you do know me...

well, you already know all that!!!

I try to keep the music great, the story interesting, the visuals stimulating, and the movement fresh - and then wind them into a spectacular melange.

June 22, 2017 at 3 pm

Belvedere Chamber Music Festival

Grace-St. Luke’s Espiscopal Church

Memphis, Tennessee

Murmures Féeriques

(en mémoire de George Harpham)

is inspired by a summer walk in Paris (with Sylvaine Hinglais and George Harpham) through the Jardin du Luxembourg at l’heure bleue. The enchanting soundscape created by birds chirping, pulses of katydids, leaves rustling, a distant brook, and the crunching stones is a reminder of the unseen natural world that surrounds us - perhaps it’s the murmurs of fairies?

What's up next?

Murmures Féeriques

for solo violoncello

performed by

Craig Hultgren

5 Morceaux en forme du Tango

duet for violin and violoncello

performed by


Jennifer DeVore & Lynn Bechtold       

June 8, 2017 at 9 pm

Bar Thalia at Symphony Space

2537 Broadway

New York, NY 10025

Free - one drink minimum

5 Morceaux

en forme du Tango

features 5 short pieces that go:

slow, slow, quick, quick slow.