Jeff Dunn is a freelance critic with a B.A. in music and a Ph.D. in geologic education. A composer of piano and vocal music, he is a member of the National Association of Composers, USA, a former president of Composers, Inc., and has served on the Board of New Music Bay Area. A photomontage enthusiast, he illustrates his own reviews.
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If you can’t get enough of trombones (see Berlioz’ Te Deum), you can return in May to Davies Symphony Hall for a celebration of Beethoven's middle years, which includes his rarely performed Equali for four trombones.More about San Francisco Symphony »
Soldier Songs from composer David T. Little, hailed for his “punk-classical” dramatic works, brings you face to face with the psychological impacts of modern warfare, and offers a good dose of his postminimalist, rock-infused style.More »
The commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising proves an illuminating context for works reflecting a human response to war and the Holocaust.More about Jewish Music Festival »