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Music

FOR BOOKING

Contact:  Annie Moscow 
480-759-6670 
anniemoscow@yahoo.com 

FOR RADIO  

Contact: Kari Estrin   
PO Box 60232   
Nashville, TN 37206   
615-262-0883   
Kari@kariestrin.com  
www.kariestrin.com 

Hers is a singular voice, both in its soaring resonance and in its poignant perspective, a rarity in a musical environment that champions teen queens and bitter babes…”

— Lee Zimmerman, GOLDMINE Indie Label Spotlight

Her insights, instincts and “comments” on our world/society are fabulous. A significant talent in so many ways.”

— J. Rollings, Herberger Theater

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BIOGRAPHY

50 WORD BIO

Annie Moscow is a singer/songwriter, contemporary poet and modern day storyteller who brings a fresh perspective to subject matter not often sung about. With an explosive piano style and the voice of an angel, her very visual songs take you right into the picture.

100 WORD BIO 

Annie Moscow is a singer/songwriter, contemporary poet and modern day storyteller who brings a fresh perspective to subject matter not often sung about. With an explosive piano style and the voice of an angel, her very visual songs take you right into the picture.  
Originally from Philadelphia, she began her music career as a classical pianist and then a songwriter. Her credits include including SARAH VAUGHN, SISTER SLEDGE and MICKEY MOUSE.  
Since 2000, she has released five solo CDs, with her most recent, “Passing Trains”, produced by Grammy nominated producer, the late John Jennings (Mary Chapin Carpenter) rocketing to #20 on the Folk/DJ charts in February, 2017.

ANNIE THE PIANIST

Annie Moscow grew up in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, outside of Philadelphia, where she studied with concert pianists David Sokoloff and Marion Zarzeczna of The Curtis Institute. 
At the age of 16,  Annie won the Bucks County Symphony Youth piano competition and was the featured guest soloist, performing Mendlessohn’s piano concerto with the Symphony.  She went on to major in piano performance at Indiana University in Bloomington, with a minor in Theater. 
At Indiana, she studied classical piano with Frederick Baldwin and Hans Boepple, and jazz piano with David Baker.  After college, she worked in dinner theater outside of Philadelphia as the pianist and musical director.