Jason Victor Serinus
Jason Victor Serinus is a professional whistler and lecturer on opera and vocal recordings. He is editor of Psychoimmunity and the Healing Process: A Holistic Approach to Immunity & AIDS, and he has written about music for Opera News, Opera Now, American Record Guide, Stereophile, Carnegie Hall Playbill, Gramophone, AudioStream, San Francisco Magazine, Stanford Live, Bay Area Reporter, and other publications.
Articles by this Author
Dolby Labs’ new TrueHD technology enables higher sound quality for action flicks, pop music, and — more aptly here — the S.F. Symphony’s esteemed media projects.More "S.F. Symphony's Cutting Edge Approach to Sound Quality" »
Goodbye CDs, hello high-resolution downloads and — surprise! — vinyl LPs. Here’s the why and the how of it.More "Sound Matters: Classical Into the Download Era" »
An unknown piano work by the iconoclastic Lou Harrison will rise from the dead, along with an East–West fusion work for large chorus, La Koro Sutro.More about Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive »
A rapt listen to Dead Man Walking recorded from Houston Grand Opera’s 10th anniversary performances confirms that the opera’s brilliantly balanced score amplifies and personalizes the story’s emotional core beyond the realm of words.More »
Piercingly beautiful songs by Mahler and Shostakovich could make for one of the more profound recitals of this or any season.More about San Francisco Performances »