Jenni Brandon’s “Peace of Wild Things” Performed By CoroAllegro
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Jenni Brandon’s “Starry Night” Performed by Clarinetist, Carrie Ravenstem
Jenni Brandon’s World Premiere of Metamorphosis for Two Oboes & Piano at Central Michigan University
Sun Song’s by Jenni Brandon Performed By The Front Range Chamber Players In Arvada, Colorado
THREE PADEREWSKIS, a new American musical hybrid, is one of the winners of the Paderewski Cycle project, a national juried competition calling for a fifteen-minute musical “treatment” (musical script) about Ignace Jan Paderewski. The project is sponsored by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, a division of the Polish Government’s Minister of Culture and National Heritage in […]
The Musical Arts Quintet From Ball State University Performs Jenni Brandon’s “Five Frogs”
Dr. Carol Lowe performs Jenni Brandon’s “Colored Stones” for solo bassoon at SUNY-Potsdam Crane School of Music
[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