Jonathan Rhodes Lee

Jonathan Rhodes Lee studied harpsichord in New York, San Francisco, and the Netherlands. He is the author of Film Music in the Sound Era  and he currently serves as Assistant Professsor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Articles By This Author

Jonathan Rhodes Lee - May 23, 2020

Louis-Gabriel Guillemain turns out to be ripe for rediscovery in this valuable recording.

Jonathan Rhodes Lee - July 14, 2013

The American Bach Soloists are, as always, superbly reliably guides into the musical lineage of J.S. Bach.

Jonathan Rhodes Lee - May 16, 2013

John Eliot Gardiner’s 28th CD in a series of Bach cantatas is a must-have recording, for its superb music-making as well as its detailed essays.

Jonathan Rhodes Lee - May 5, 2013

Whether singing sacred or secular works, American Bach Soloists always deliver quality to the max.

Jonathan Rhodes Lee - April 23, 2013

That consummate pianist András Schiff enraptures a capacity crowd with his mastery of his instrument, playing Bach’s “English” Suites.

Jonathan Rhodes Lee - January 26, 2013

The 18th century’s greatest musical evangelist is stunningly represented by American Bach Soloists’ rendition of the St. John Passion.

Jonathan Rhodes Lee - December 16, 2012

Under the baton of an acclaimed guest conductor, Philharmonia Baroque offers a joyful program of Christmas cheer.

Jonathan Rhodes Lee - November 17, 2012

Les Sirènes — in its West Coast debut for the S.F. Early Music Society — in name promises beauty and excitement, and the ensemble delivered both, if a little unequally.

Jonathan Rhodes Lee - November 11, 2012

Emanuel Ax and the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra are brilliantly matched, offering a set from Beethoven’s middle period.

Jonathan Rhodes Lee - April 16, 2012

Intensely satisfying musical mosaics are offered by Austria’s well-seasoned Quatuor Mosaïques.