…“Moser is a sublime and powerful musician who has the innate ability to draw things out of expert players that you haven’t heard them do before.…
…The pianist has a complete and focused command of the instrument that allows her to blur the distinctions between the kinetic-energy of “outside” playing and the more lyrical propulsion of “inside” music. At the center of it all is a remarkable mastery of rhythmic dynamics.”Robert Bush, San Diego Reader, July 22, 2012

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“Birdsongs for Eric”; Paying homage to Eric Dolphy and his legacy

“Birdsongs for Eric”; Paying homage to Eric Dolphy and his legacy

On Friday May 30th 7PM-10:30PM, and Saturday May 31 5PM-10:30PM, the festival Eric Dolphy: Freedom of Sound will take place at the Memorial Auditorium at Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ. My new work, “Birdsongs for Eric” will premiere on the Friday night program with Marty Ehrlich-flute, Anton Denner-flute, Ken Filiano-bass, Michael Sarin-drums, myself on piano [...continued]

Music for The Last Flower CD Release and Performance

Music for The Last Flower CD Release and Performance

I am so pleased to announce that my quintet recording of “Music for The Last Flower” has just been released by Planet Art Records and is now available to the public! This 45-minute suite features: Mark Dresser-bass, Gerry Hemingway-drums, Marty Ehrlich-alto sax/clarinet and my long time cohort in all things quintet and big band, trombonist [...continued]

Diane Moser's Composers Big Band 17th Anniversary Concert

Diane Moser’s Composers Big Band 17th Anniversary Concert

It’s hard to believe that we are celebrating our 17th year of developing and performing new music for big band. What started out as an idea for composers to have a big band to try out their new works, and for musicians to play contemporary big band music, has blossomed into not only a community [...continued]