• She touches the soul
    and invigorates the brain at the same time.

    I love her work.

    John Corigliano

  • A sultry excursion into lyricism.

    The New York Times

  • The pieces by Amanda Harberg left a vivid impression with their infectious capriciousness.

    The Strad


Amanda Harberg is a composer and pianist whose work communicates on emotional, spiritual and intellectual levels. With music described by the New York Times as “a sultry excursion into lyricism,” Harberg weaves her deep admiration for the classical tradition together with contemporary influences to create a distinctively personal style.

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Chamber Music

Suite for Wind Quintet

This recording features Harberg’s Suite for Wind Quintet performed by the Dorian Wind Quintet, who commissioned the work in 2017. The Dorian Quintet premiered the suite at Bargemusic in New York City, in 2017.

Flute Music

Court Dances

In this live performance, New York Philharmonic principal flutist Robert Langevin performs Court Dances with the composer at the piano. Court Dances was commissioned by flutist Cobus du Toit in 2017, with a consortium of 57 co-commissioning flutists from around the world.

Orchestral Music

Concerto for Viola and Orchestra

Harberg’s critically acclaimed Concerto for Viola and Orchestra was commissioned by violist Brett Deubner. The concerto has been performed widely around the world. This Naxos recording of the second movement is with the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra and viola soloist Brett Deubner, directed by Linus Lerner.

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