Jerry Kuderna

Jerry Kuderna is a pianist who gives lecture/recitals every Friday at the Berkeley Arts festival.

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Jerry Kuderna - September 28, 2015

The orchestra — joined by the UC Berkeley Chamber Chorus, Pacific Boychoir Academy, and San Francisco Girls Chorus — gave a near-perfect performance brimming with joy.

Jerry Kuderna - June 15, 2015

Beethoven’s Mass becomes a staged multi-media experience, complete with light show and wandering soloists.

Jerry Kuderna - February 24, 2015

Conductor Emeritus Herbert Blomstedt led a deeply felt performance and Ragnar Bohlin’s chorus shone.

Jerry Kuderna - March 28, 2014

A virtuoso pianist makes a rare Bay Area appearance, richly rewarding her audience with evanescent renditions of a Schubert sonata and Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations.

Jerry Kuderna - February 25, 2014

Superb singing launches the new ensemble Capella SF into the stratosphere of vocal music, as it ranges over the centuries up to today.

Jerry Kuderna - September 20, 2013

Playing a 1738 Haarlem organ, Jonathan Dimmock delivers heaven-storming renditions of Bach, alternating with sundry delights.

Jerry Kuderna - July 15, 2013

American Bach Soloists present Heinrich Biber’s rarely performed, 53-section Missa Salisburgensis, raining glory on all the performers.

Jerry Kuderna - May 22, 2013

Earplay's concerts at the ODC, focusing on works for solo strings, demonstrates that intellect and inspiration are not incompatible, borne out by repertoire choices and stunning performances.

Jerry Kuderna - November 15, 2011

A performer and scholar plays and talks about J.S. Bach’s French Suites, performing them on a triplet of harpsichords variously tuned. The result: hearing them better than ever.

Jerry Kuderna - October 29, 2011

The Berkeley Symphony, in its third season under Joana Carneiro, continues to celebrate young talent in a concert that was a victory for composer, performers, and audience.