Sabine Liebner is primarily active as an interpreter of New Music. Numerous radio, television, and CD recordings, as well as invitations as a soloist and chamber musician from international festivals document her artistic career. She has regularly been involved in projects with composers and graphic artists such as Olga Neuwirth, Jörg Widmann, Franco Donatoni, and Christian Wolff, and has presented a large number of premieres and first performances in concert. In 1998, she received the city of Munich’s Music Prize and in 2005 a Munich music scholarship; in 2007 she was chosen as one of the German pianists recommended by the Goethe Institute and again awarded the Munich Music Prize. In the recent years, Sabine Liebner has been especially interested in 20th century American composers. Her repertory includes works by Henry Cowell, George Crumb, Tom Johnson, Pauline Oliveros, Earle Brown, and Christian Wolff. She plays almost all the compositions for piano by John Cage and Morton Feldman, the complete piano works of Galina Ustvolskaya, as well as numerous compositions by other contemporary composers. Her discography includes CD recordings – praised by international critics – of music by Morton Feldman, John Cage, Christian Wolff, and Galina Ustvolskaya. Sabine Liebner lives in Munich.