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Lohninger, Elisabeth


Elisabeth Lohninger
MA in Music Pedagogy/English Language and Literature from Hochschule Mozarteum/Paris Lodron Univeristy, Salzburg, Austria; Certified Master Teacher of the Estill Voice Training System; Jazz studies at Bruckner Conservatory, Linz, Austria; Mannes College; The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music.


As a touring and recording artist, Elisabeth Lohninger has performed in Europe, the Middle East, the US and Mexico. She has released multiple highly regarded jazz albums, most notably “Elisabeth Lohninger Quartet: LIVE” (Lofish Music 2012), “Christmas In July” (Jazzsick Records 2011),  "Songs Of Love And Destruction" (Lofish Music 2010), “TrioNada” with tap dancer Max Pollak and vibraphonist Tim Collins (Lofish Music 2008), "The Only Way Out Is Up" (Lofish Music 2006), "Beneath Your Surface" (Lofish Music 2004), and "Austrian LiedGood" with pianist Walter Fischbacher (SBF Records). She has written, produced and recorded Electronica tracks for TV shows such as “One Life To Live”, “The Precinct”, “Alias", and “The Young And The Restless”. As a film composer she received the Wasserman Award (awarded by the NYU Film Festival) for the short film "I’m Thursdays" by British filmmaker Helena Smith.


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