Jeanne Golan, Pianist


An American Spectrum — or is it string theory?

This all-American program for clarinet and piano includes two works adapted from string pieces by their composers, Aaron Copland (who loved the "chamuleau" of the clarinet) and Jorge Martín, pictured left. With Eric Mandat, clarinetist.

Concerts in the 2006-2007 Season

An American Spectrum:

Recital with Eric Mandat, Composer/Clarinetist

Duo and Solo Music of Copland, Mandat, Martin and Wilson.

University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA
Sunday, October 21, 2006

University of Victoria, Vancouver, CA
Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Music for the Theater

For chorus, chamber orchestra, and percussion.

Saturday, November 4 at 8 pm
Society for Ethical Culture

Incidental music by George Antheil and Robert Sirota.

In Previews - Cycles & Sequels I

Innocence Lost: The Berg Debussy Project

Click here for information about this exciting work-in-progress being developed by the Nessinger/Golan Duo.

National Arts Club, NYC (by invitation only)
Tuesday, November 7, 2006

Skinner Hall, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
Saturday, November 18, 2006 at 8pm.

Quotations: A Piano Recital

presented by the Afternoon Music Series

with Guest Artist Eric Mandat, Clarinet

Features the Brahms Handel Variations, as well as music of Copland, Ornstein, Schumann and a new work of Jorge Martín, all of which incorporate literary or musical quotes!

The Unitarian Church, Summit, NJ
Sunday, March 4, 2007 at 3PM

Other Seasons

Cycles & Sequels

Ten American composers respond to songs of Berg and Debussy for an evening of Innocence Lost

Theme Park

A potpourri of programs and projects

See Reviews

"Technically polished and superbly expressive." - New York Times