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.
Harberg is featured by the International Clarinet Association as the Composer-of-the-Month. Read the full interview here!
Harberg Clarinet Concerto to receive its premiere at the International Clarinet Convention in July 2022, with soloist YaoGuang Zhai, the Reno Philharmonic, and Maestro Jason Altieri.
Philadelphia Orchestra gives world premiere of Harberg Piccolo Concerto, with soloist Erica Peel, conducted by Maestro Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
Album Release- July 31! Harambee: The Power of Sisterhood, with flutist Julietta Curenton, composer/pianist Amanda Harberg, and composer/pianist Evelyn Simpson-Curenton
Harberg Bassoon Sonata to receive world premiere at the International Double Reed Society 2021 Convention with Adrian Morejon, bassoonist and Harberg at the piano. Listen to an interview with Harberg and Morejon discussing the Bassoon Sonata and their collaboration on Interlochen Public Radio.
Piccolo Concerto to receive National Flute Association premiere at the Gala Concerto Concert on Saturday August 14, with Erica Peel and the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Yannick Yannick Nézet-Séguin
Mementos for flute and guitar to receive world premiere at the National Flute Convention, Thursday August 12 with the Cline/Cuestas Duo
Fever Dreams to receive National Flute Association premiere on Thursday August 12 with Pamela Stahel, Nicola Mazzanti and Marta Rossi
International Clarinet Association “Clarinetfest” and the International Horn Society 53 will each present the Aspen Winds performing Harberg’s Suite for Wind Quintet
Listen to a recent radio show exploring Amanda Harberg’s music.
Intended to uplift and bring friends and collaborators together through music during the time of Covid-19, this virtual flute orchestra arrangement of Harberg’s Prayer was conducted by Masetra JoAnn Falletta and performed by 95 flutists from around the world, alongside harp and percussion.
Harberg is the recipient of a 2020 New Jersey Council on the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship Award
Harberg is the recipient of a 2021 National Flute Association Newly Published Music Award for The Prayer Project, and of two Newly Published Music Awards in 2020 for her her Sonata for Piccolo and Piano and for her Suite for Wind Quintet.