Lisa Maresch was born in Tokyo, Japan, and grew up in Sydney, Australia and in Las Vegas, Nevada. From performing at the Sydney Opera House, shows on the Las Vegas "Strip," and outreach programs across the United States, she has established herself as both pianist and educator.
She has performed in festivals such as the International Keyboard Institute at the Mannes School in New York, Round Top International Music Festival in Texas, Brevard Music Festival in North Carolina, The Quartet Program in Pennsylvania, and the Las Vegas Music Festival. She has collaborated with the Las Vegas Woodwind Quintet, performed at the Arizona Musicfest, and was a member the Blackbird Music Project in Southern California.
Lisa is a strong advocate for music education. She is the founder of the Scholarship Student Showcase Concerts for the Warne Scholarship Foundation in Orange County, California, and guest artist for a piano festival in American Samoa. She was also in residency in Mexico with Arquetopia performing in Puebla and Oaxaca, Mexico. Her teaching credentials include University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Chapman Conservatory of Music and the Orange County High School of the Arts in California.
She is currently busy teaching and recording in her studio, Syntonique Studios, in San Francisco. She is a pianist for Piano Accompaniment Videos for Virtual Sheet Music and is on the faculty at Crowden Music Center in Berkeley. She is an active member of the Music Teacher's Association of California and the National Music Teacher's Association.