Jason Victor Serinus

Jason Victor Serinus regularly reviews music and audio for Stereophile, SFCV, Classical Voice North America, AudioStream, American Record Guide, and other publications. The whistling voice of Woodstock in She’s a Good Skate, Charlie Brown, the longtime Oakland resident now resides in Port Townsend, Washington.

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Jason Victor Serinus - June 9, 2023

Tenor Karim Sulayman and guitarist Sean Shibe record a sophisticated album that raises questions about identity and cultural exchange.

Jason Victor Serinus - June 6, 2023

When the production works, it’s the music, not the directorial concept, that triumphs.

Jason Victor Serinus - May 15, 2023

The composer talks about For a Look or a Touch and Another Sunrise, presented by Music of Remembrance this month.

Jason Victor Serinus - May 2, 2023

Jazz, spirituals, and classical song merge in an intriguing crossover event.

Jason Victor Serinus - May 1, 2023

The latest recording release from the New York Festival of Song spotlights tenor Joshua Blue and the American activist tradition.

Jason Victor Serinus - April 15, 2023

The soprano introduces us to several lesser-known female composers and a fine Symbolist poet with this recording.

Jason Victor Serinus - April 2, 2023

As wonderfully as Giacomo Puccini’s opera has been served in the studio, this Warner Classics release is up there with the best.

Jason Victor Serinus - March 27, 2023

Though the competition is formidable, Willis-Sørensen stands up to the greatest sopranos who have interpreted this song cycle.

Jason Victor Serinus - March 7, 2023

Two of the recently revived composer’s late masterpieces flourish in a recording with soprano Janinah Burnett and bass-baritone Dashon Burton.

Jason Victor Serinus - February 24, 2023

In Variations on a Theme by FDR, composers from John Harbison to Vijay Iyer take inspiration from emblematic American stories.