May 19: Bruce Adolphe speaks on The Sound of Human Rights at the University of Padua, Italy. Talk to include music by Mozart, Beethoven, Lutosławski, Penderecki, Pete Seeger, Eubie Blake, and Adolphe’s own I Will Not Remain Silent and works in progress.
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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
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