Bruce Adolphe‘s music is performed by Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell, Daniel Hope, Fabio Luisi, Jeffrey Kahane, Jaime Martin, Brentano String Quartet, Washington National Opera, Metropolitan Opera Guild, and 60 orchestras worldwide. Known to millions of Americans from his weekly public radio broadcast of Piano Puzzlers on Performance Today, Bruce is resident lecturer and director of family concerts for the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, artistic director of Off the Hook Arts in Colorado, composer with the Brain and Creativity Institute in LA, and the author of three books on music, including The Mind’s Ear (2013 Oxford University Press). Recordings on Sony Classical, Naxos American Classics, New World, and more. Music published by Lauren Keiser Music (LKM).
The Mind's Ear
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Adolphe has a voice of his own, and an ability to paint pictures and suggest extramusical ideas in sound.
New York Times
Adolphe’s music is wonderfully evocative. It excites the ear and the mind.
One of our favorite composers
New York Magazine
Bruce Adolphe reveals a deep sense of humanity and spirit in his extraordinary music.
Bruce Adolphe — the unofficial composer-in-residence of the Upper West Side.
The New Yorker