Jenni Brandon’s music performed by Hillsdale College Faculty Woodwind Quintet. Their fall concert, which will be held at the Conrad Recital Hall on Sept. 22, 2019 featured music pieces written by all female composers who lived within the past 200 years.
Luna Nova Music performed Jenni Brandon’s Sequoia Trio (Nobuko Igarashi, clarinet; Michelle Vigneau, oboe; Leah Cripps, bassoon) and Multitudinous Stars and Spring Waters (Esther Gray Lemus, soprano and Michelle Vigneau, oboe) at the University of Memphis Harris Concert Hall, September 16, 2019, at 7:30 p.m.
Dolci, In Concert, Presents Jenni Brandon’s “On Holt Ave”
Check out these selected works from Jenni Brandon Music for your 2019-2020 season. Jenni Brandon Music has music from solos through choral/orchestral works. Visit the Store for more music! Vocal Music Just Released! Multitudinous Stars and Spring Waters for soprano and oboe combines a collection of poems by women poets from a vast period of […]
THREE PADEREWSKIS, a new opera by Jenni Brandon, explores the life and work of composer and founder of the Polish nation, Ignace Jan Paderewski. With book by University of Southern California professor and playwright Oliver Mayer and music by award-winning composer Jenni Brandon, this work is being expanded to 60 minutes for multiple premieres during the Fall of 2019. Commissioned by The […]