Carol Rosenberger

About Carol Rosenberger

Carol Rosenberger has made over 30 recordings as a pianist, but has been producer on many dozens more. Rosenberger spent 10 years studying and teaching while recovering from paralytic polio, which delayed her first professional tour until 1970. Her 1983 album Water Music of the Impressionists, was praised by several audiophile magazines, and 1989's Perchance to Dream, was hugely successful with listeners. In 1991 Rosenberger received a Grammy nomination for Howard Hanson’s Fantasy Variations on a Theme of Youth with Gerard Schwarz and the New York Chamber Symphony. After her first couple of recordings on Delos, Rosenberger began co-producing albums with Ameila Haygood, founder of the label, eventually becoming director of the label after Haygood's death. Rosenberger is particularly proud of her series of recordings of music with stories for children and her series of music for relaxation. ~ Patsy Morita

  • HOMETOWN
    Detroit, MI
  • BORN
    1933

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