- "One of my favorite things about true artists is their ability to use all the crayons in the box. Lisa does that, not only by using a variety of styles, but she also brings in other instruments played by friends and herself. Others on the banjo, accordian, hurdy gurdy and guitars add depth to her tunes."
All Things Green Review by the lovely Abby Green, Aug. 7, 2015, All Things Green, Abby Green, That is... Blog
- Milkwood Thistle Promenade was named one of the Top 10 Local Albums You Missed (7)Lisa Schneider, Milkwood Thistle Promenade, By Raoul Hernandez, Fri., Jan. 6, 2012, Austin Chronicle
- "Your bonus for weathering the summer heat, a cool respite of violin strings singing in all their rosined glory."
Milkwood Thistle Promenade reviewed by Margaret Moser, 'Girlie Action', Fri., Aug. 19, 2011, Austin Chronicle
Violin Femmes Listing
- “What really gives the music its flavor, however, is the graceful canary song of the fiddler, Lisa Schneider.”
Review of Come Home, Yellow Tape Construction Company, Reviewed by Patti Hadad, Fri., Oct. 7, 2005, Austin Chronicle
- Numerous reviews
of 1001 Nights Orchestra CDs and live performances
- “...put some good musicians together, let them wail, and listen to what they do..."
5 Good Klezmer Pieces:Review of Rubinchik's Orkystr's CD, Flipnotics Freilachs, By Ari Davidow, KlezmerShack, January, 15, 2000
- “I'm doing this because I love this music and I've always wanted to play it."
Klezmatic Convergence: Rubinchik’s Orkestyr, By Christopher Hess, Austin Chronicle, Fri., Aug. 21, 1998
[about Rubinchik’s Orkestyr French Tour, 1998]
- “…the Orkestyr's organically emotive sound reigns in the highest highs and the lowest lows with pin-drop precision.”
Austin Chronicle review of Rubinchik’s Orkestyr's CD, Flipnotics Freilachs Reviewed by Greg Beets, Fri., Aug. 21, 1998
- All Music Guide press for Bad Livers’ CD, Industry and Thrift
- Salon.com's article about Bad Livers' CD, Industry and Thrift
- “…while in the fiddle driven "Don't Tread On Me," he's searching to find love.”
Press about Eric Blakeley’s CD, The Payne Anthology
- "... and the spare arrangements (featuring two terrific fiddlers, Lisa Schneider and George Strait sideman Gene Elders) save the disc from saccharine overdose.”
Review of Susan Colton, Fragile Intuition,Reviewed by Lee Moore, Austin Chronicle, May 19, 1995
Former Host of
'What's A Girl To Do'
Women's Music Show on
KOOP 91.7FM Radio (2008-2010)