Jenni Brandon’s Stardust for solo E-flat clarinet is performed by Natalie Groom at 7:00 pm ET on Monday April 6, 2020in a virtual concert Mini Music Series.
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The Amiche Duo, at The International Duo Symposium, performs Jenni Brandon’s “Love Songs” Saturday, March 28, 2020, 4:30-5:20pm at the University of Montana, School of Music.
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“Double Helix” by Jenni Brandon is performed by Matthew Berry at Northern Arizona State University, School of Music (NAU) in a senior recital on March 28, 2020. The performance will be live streamed. Northern Arizona State University School of Music is located at PO Box 6040, Building 37, Performing Arts, 1115 S Knoles Dr, Flagstaff, […]
Jenni Brandon’s “Tide Pools” for Bassoon and Cello” performed by Lavender Bass; Christin Phelps Webb, bassoon; and Jeness Johnson, cello at the Laguna Art Museum on Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 7:00 PM.
The CHAI Collaborative Ensemble performs “Found Objects: On the Beach” by Jenni Brandon on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E Washington St, Chicago, Illinois 60602, (312) 744-6630.
The United States Coast Guard Band, under the direction of Assistant Director CWO Jeffrey Spenner, performs Jenni Brandon’s Double Concerto for Oboe and Bassoon with Wind Symphony on Sunday, March 15, 2020 2:00 PM.
[We Are Joy – a piano concerto with choir and chamber orchestra] is wonderful, immediately attractive, full of sweeping lyricism, and with a knockout ending…is intensely emotional, and deserves to be heard and enjoyed again and again.
- Jim Ruggirello – Musical Notes – Gazette Papers
Jenni Brandon’s Songs of California contains some of the most imaginative, ingratiating recent chamber music for winds I’ve heard. Delightful!
- Steven Turpin, Morning Musicale Host, Indiana Public Radio
Composer Jenni Brandon’s Spider Suite is a wonderfully descriptive five-movement work…Brandon is a master at balancing the beautiful and the silly, at finding that middle ground where storytelling is best. – review of Ceora Winds CD Postcards.
- Ryan D. Romine, The Double Reed
Jenni Brandon is a fresh voice in classical composition…this CD from a talented young voice should be in your collection. Ms. Brandon is a composer to watch in the years ahead.
- Kenneth Bradshaw, Host of WCPE 89.5 FM WAVELengths