A renowned composer whose music is performed throughout the world, Bruce Adolphe is also the author of several books on music, an innovative educator, and a versatile performer. His multifaceted career in music is obvious from the positions he holds concurrently: resident lecturer and director of family concerts for the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center; composer-in-residence at the Brain and Creativity Institute in LA; founding creative director of The Learning Maestros; and the Piano Puzzler on the public radio’s Performance Today.
The Mind's Ear
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Do You Dream in Color?
Laurie Ruben, Marija Stroke & Noam Sivan
Bruce Adolphe, Gabriel Fauré, Joaqquin Rodrigo, & Noam SivanMore Recordings
Bruce Adolphe reveals a deep sense of humanity and spirit in his extraordinary music.
Adolphe’s music is wonderfully evocative. It excites the ear and the mind.
Adolphe has a voice of his own, and an ability to paint pictures and suggest extramusical ideas in sound.
New York Times
One of our favorite composers
New York Magazine
Bruce Adolphe — the unofficial composer-in-residence of the Upper West Side.
The New Yorker