Harriet Stubbs – ‘Heaven and Hell: The Doors Of Perception’ Album Release Concert Harriet Stubbs – ‘Heaven and Hell: The Doors Of Perception’ Album Release Concert

Tue October 30th, 2018


Main Space

Minimum Age: All Ages

Doors Open: 6:00PM

Show Time: 7:30PM

Event Ticket: $20 / $25

Day of Show: $25 / $30

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Acclaimed pianist Harriet Stubbs, voted one of the top three pianists in Britain by Julian Lloyd Webber on ITV’s “Britain’s Brilliant Prodigies,” stops by LPR to celebrate the recent release of her debut album, Heaven & Hell: The Doors of Perception (produced by multi Grammy award-winning producer Russ Titelman).

Dubbed “an extraordinary and talented pianist” by The Hedonist, Stubbs will be joined by dancers from the New York City Ballet for a performance that promises fresh takes on the vast and rich classical piano repertoire.

Ticketing Policy


Table seating for all seated shows is reserved exclusively for ticket holders who purchase “Table Seating” tickets. By purchasing a “Table Seating” ticket you agree to also purchase a minimum of two food and/or beverage items per person. Table seating is first come, first seated. Please arrive early for the best choice of available seats. Seating begins when doors open. Tables are communal so you may be seated with other patrons. We do not take table reservations.

A standing room area is available by the bar for all guests who purchase “Standing Room” tickets. Food and beverage can be purchased at the bar but there is no minimum purchase required in this area.

All ticket sales are final. No refunds or credits.

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Harriet Stubbs

Harriet began playing at the age of three, performing publicly a year later. At the age of five, Harriet won a full scholarship from the Elsie & Leonard Cross Memorial Foundation to the Guildhall School of Music studying under the late Professor Emeritus, Jimmy Gibb. At the age of seven, Harriet had completed Grade Eight with distinction.

Invited to play at the Blackheath International Piano Festival at the age of eight, Harriet’s “Exceptional musicianship, poise and supreme confidence” was critically acclaimed. Harriet went on to give solo recitals all over the UK including the Del a War Pavillion, Canterbury Theatre, Brighton Festival, Castle Howard and St Martin-In-The-Fields. Performances of Mozart’s piano concerto K414 and the Bach D minor with the Primavera Chamber Ensemble at The Rye Festival Winter Series received further recognition, leading to an hour long interview on BBC World Service, BBC Radio York and BBC Southern Counties.

Voted one of the top three pianists in Britain by Julian Lloyd Webber on ITV”s “Britain’s Brilliant Prodigies”, Harriet then went on to play in “Harry Potter And The Prisoner of Azkaban”. In the UK Harriet studied her undergraduate degree with Douglas Finch and was performing at St John’s Smith Square, St John’s Waterloo, Cheltenham Recital Series, The Reform Club, St. James’s Piccadilly, The Georgian Theatre Royal, London City Lights Festival, for the Rt Hon Lord Mayor of London and Sheriffs for the 800th Anniversary Awards Trust and for the Ambassador of the United States of America for the Association of American Study Abroad Programmes in the UK. Harriet also had the pleasure of working on BBC Maestro with Katie Derham, Radio 1 DJ Goldie and Blur bassist Alex James.

In Europe Harriet performed in Perugia (with Angela Hewitt), Valencia Spain and Cyprus for the Prime Minister on National Television.

Harriet now divides her time between New York City, Los Angeles, and London. Harriet is a voting member of the New York Chapter of the Recording Academy and an artist for the TJ Martell Foundation. Performing most recently in New York for Cynthia Nixon at her fundraiser to become Governor of NYC, Carnegie Hall, Carriage House Studios, Silver Lining Lounge, The Cutting Room, and at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Arts) live on MixLR and broadcast on Southern Californian radio station KUSC presented by Yamaha Artist Services New York. Harriet was also featured on KGO Radio in San Francisco, WFUV, WQXR and WPKN Radio. Harriet’s East Coast Launch was at Le Poisson Rouge NYC and West Coast at Blue Whale LA in support of her first commercial album release distributed by Naxos, produced by multi Grammy award winning producer Russ Titelman and featuring Marianne Faithfull based on the concept of the doors of perception. The album is out now!

During the Covid 19 lockdown Harriet gave 250 daily concerts in London’s W8 covered most recently by The Evening Standard, WQXR NYC, WFUV, Good Morning America, ABC News and BBC Culture. Harriet has been awarded a British Empire Medal by Her Majesty The Queen in recognition of her concert series and service to the country in the Queens’s Honours List 2022 and as well as being named Musical America’s Top 30 Professionals In the Arts for their Resilient Warriors Special of 2022. Harriet’s podcast The PIano With Harriet Stubbs features guests from WNYC’s Paul Cavalconte to Presidential Candidate Dr Cornel West. Harriet’s brand new album, produced by Mike Garson of Aladdin Sane with repertoire from Bach to Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will be released on Sony Music Entertainment’s The Orchard October

13th 2023: Living On Mars with upcoming release events at Arlene’s Grocery NYC, Tibet House NYC, and Stephen Talkhouse in The Hamptons, New York. Harriet is currently recording a symphonic piano concerto of T-Rex produced by Tony Visconti of T-Rex, David Bowie, and Morrissey.

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