Jenni Brandon (b. 1977) is an award-winning composer, conductor, and mezzo-soprano who enjoys engaging with performers and audiences, often giving talks about the business of music and the art of collaboration. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the Sorel Medallion, the American Prize for Choral Composition, the Women Composers Festival of Hartford International Composition Competition, and the Bassoon Chamber Music Composition Competition. She was the composer in residence for the 2018 inaugural season of the LunART Festival in Madison, Wisconsin, where her chamber and choral music was featured throughout the festival. She also gave talks on the art of collaboration and worked with emerging composers in her workshop “From Page to Stage”.
The Frost School of Music – University of Miami and the Frost Chamber Players, members of the faculty in the Classical departments, come together in an All-star celebration of women composers
Three Paderewski’s Performed In Poland At The Paderewski Festival
Natalie Groom Performs Jenni Brandon’s “Shades of Violet” at The Outdoor Performance Series in College Park, Maryland
Jenni Brandon’s “Starry Night” Performed by Virginia Costa Figueiredo On Her Award-Winning Album “Seule” a 2018 Global Music Awards Silver Medalist