Lise is known for her soprano, her original compositions and her virtuosity on nylon and steel string guitars.
She has performed throughout the Northeast at concert halls, coffeehouses, art centers and festivals.
She was trained in music by her father, a classical pianist, guitarist and choral singer. She received further lessons while in college from Dorothy Cafaro.
To date she has recorded four CD length projects including "Christmastime" in 1996, "Come to Me in Dreams" in 1998, "Wing'd With Hopes: New Interpretations of Renaissance Songs" with the Spirites Consort in 2001 and "The Goldenrod" in 2004.
In 1999, Lise received a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts for her various music projects.
Lise got her start in songwriting from writing fiction and poetry. She has won first place awards in both poetry and fiction from such renowned writers as National Book Award winner, William Bronk and well known screenwriter, novelist and poet, Paul Auster.