David Bratman

David Bratman is a librarian who lives with his lawfully wedded soprano and a wall full of symphony recordings.

Articles By This Author

David Bratman - September 25, 2018

The orchestra demonstrates its mettle with a polished Bay Area premiere of a neglected Britten concerto.

David Bratman - August 14, 2018

Anna Clyne’s Abstractions stands out in a concert of contrasts and short takes.

David Bratman - August 7, 2018

From an airy Mozart piano piece to a dramatic Schoenberg sextet, the final program of 2018 was a study in contrasts.

David Bratman - August 6, 2018

Bartók, Kodály, Ligeti, and Dohnányi are the roster for an all-Hungarian program.

David Bratman - July 31, 2018

The music festival dedicates a recital to the much-neglected viola.

David Bratman - July 27, 2018

The chamber music festival’s virtual tour stops for Bach and Schumann in Saxony.

David Bratman - July 19, 2018

Parisian wit and flair were on display, even as a brilliant Prelude performance again revealed Menlo's secret.

David Bratman - July 9, 2018

A commissioned piece from the Bridge Piano Quartet and composer Chad Channon doesn’t work in its San Jose venue.

David Bratman - July 3, 2018

Arresting performances featured unconventional ensembles, multicultural influences, and soloists on everything from banjo to Vietnamese zither.

David Bratman - June 25, 2018

Daniil Trifonov proves the perfect partner for a relaxed Rachmaninoff concerto.