Like fog, her synth sounds enshroud you in their mystery. Dark and frightening but highly romantic at the same time. You’ll hear a tinkling piano melody. And then her heavenly voice emerges.
Lisa Morgenstern is not afraid of a big drama. In fact, she thrives in it.
She is a classically trained musician who works wonders on the keys and with her ethereal voice that spans several octaves.
Morgenstern’s music is like baroque pop songs from another world. It has an eerie quality that would make it fit in perfectly on an alternative soundtrack for Stranger Things. Her sounds give off a dreamy, floaty sensation – you’ll definitely feel a defiance of gravity when engaging in her wonderful music.
Just take a listen to her latest album, Chameleon, which came out in 2019. An ambitious collection of songs filled with expressive piano, 80s synths, dreamy atmospheres and that voice.
Lisa Morgenstern is also a choir singer. She’s part of Berlin’s choir Bulgarian Voices Berlin (she’s half Bulgarian). One voice becomes many as she invites this 16-person choir on stage for her performance at Roskilde Festival 2020. Together, they will wrap the audience in a mysterious beauty.
Fans of Nils Frahm, Soap&Skin or Max Richter will find plenty of attraction inside the world of Lisa Morgenstern.