BELOW: The Brentano String Quartet plays in the WNYC studio. First, they perform Schubert’s brief unfinished Andante, and then at 3:02, they perform Bruce Adolphe’s Fra(nz)g-mentation, which is based on the fragment by Franz Schubert. To see other videos, click on PLAYLIST on top of video player.


Sony Classical has released a recording of EINSTEIN’S LIGHT performed by violinist Joshua Bell and pianist Marija Stroke.




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I Will Not Remain Silent is a violin concerto inspired by the life of Joachim Prinz, which I composed for violinist Sharon Roffman. Below is a link to the PRINZ PROJECT, where you can hear the world premiere of  I Will Not Remain Silent and read the program notes. Sharon Roffman, violin; IRIS Orchestra; Michael Stern, conductor.

Self Comes to Mind (2009) To listen to the three movements of Self Comes to Mind, visit YouTube. Here is the first movement:

Audio Tracks

1. Whispers of Mortality (String Quartet No. 4): Second Movement (Miami String Quartet, music@menlo live! CD)

2. Red Dogs and Pink Skies: Delightful Water, Delicious Water  (PollyRhythm Players* CD)

3. More or Less —a fantasia on Gesualdo’s madrigal “Moro, lasso” from O Gesualdo, Divine Tormentor!  (Brentano String Quartet in concert at The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center)

4. The Tiger’s Ear: Barnett Newman recorded in concert at Symphony Space**

5. The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses: brief excerpt (Boston Musica Viva, Richard Pittman, conductor)

For videos of Bruce Adolphe’s lectures at The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, visit the Society’s Watch and Listen page.

Yo-Yo Ma performs premiere of "Self Comes to Mind"/American Museum of Natural History, NYC

*Musicians in Red Dogs and Pink SkiesLaura Gilbert, flute; Jo-Ann Sternberg, clarinet; Curtis Macomber, violin; Marcy Rosen, cello; Marji Danilow, bass; Tom Kolor, percussion.
**Musicians in The Tiger’s Ear: Barnett Newman performance: Curtis Macomber, violin; Misha Amory, viola; Michael Kannen, cello; Tara Helen O’Connor, flute; Stephen Taylor, oboe; Marija Stroke, piano.