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Mesmerizing audiences with inspired tales, extraordinary piano technique and heartfelt performances, Ms. Spielberg is in the top echelon of contemporary composer/pianists. Thousands of people have been both entertained and touched by Ms. Check our available Robin Spielberg concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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This album grew out of pianist Robin Spielberg's experience giving birth to her daughter Valerie. The baby was born prematurely andSpielberg was convinced that playing the piano during her pregnancy and by her incubator were major factors in contributing to the eventual well-being of her baby. The other event emanating from this birth experience was a heightened interest in music therapy. The songs on the play list were clearly selected to lull a baby, and parent, off to blissful sleep...
Robin Spielberg is a very popular solo pianist in some musical circles, having put out over a dozen albums that sell well, including sets that celebrate motherhood and the Christmas season. Her melodic renditions of original ballads and classical-oriented themes could be considered new age except that they are a bit more sophisticated and not as repetitious...
Heal of the Hand is Robin Spielberg's first album, self-released then placed with North Star Records. When I listen to Spielberg's recordings, I wonder how she is able to coax so many nuances from her piano; her playing sounds effortless, like there is no other possible way to play the piece. The bittersweet "Flower in the Rock" is especially intriguing, its bright fluttering petals echoing against the deeply resonant rock that seems much bigger than a piano could possibly conjure...
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