Jeanne Golan, Pianist


Frank Martin
Le Vin Herbé

The dramatic three-act 1941 opera-oratorio by Swiss composer Frank Martin, depicting the Tristan and Isolde legend, features soloists, chorus, piano and string septet. Performances at St Peter's Church and the Ethical Culture Society in NYC. Available on Newport Classic Label (NPD 85670)

"Under Mr. Shapiro's sure leadership the able choristers and strong instrumentalists gave a performance that combined moving restraint with narrative urgency." Tommasini, New York Times.

Concerts in the 1999-2000 Season

Brookline Public Library Series

Piano Recital: Composers at Play

Brookline Public Library, MA
Sunday, November 7, 1999, 2:30 pm

Works of Field, Barber, Rakowski, and Debussy

New England Piano Teachers Association presents...

Piano Recital: A Musical Block Party

First Parish of Watertown, MA
Sunday, October 24, 1999, 2 & 4 pm

A youth concert featuring a smorgasbord of 20th century composers and styles from the neighborhood and beyond.
Works of Barber, Hagen, Rakowski, Cardew, Nancarrow and PDQ Bach.

Hofstra University Symposium on Eleanor Roosevelt

Opening Concert

Music of Chen Yi, Behzad Ranjbaron, and Schumann

Hofstra University Cultural Center, NYC
Thursday, September 30, 1999, 8 pm

with Paul Tobias, cello
and I-Ju Chang, percussion

North River Music

American Muse: Songs and Piano Music of Henry Cowell and Charles Ives

Greenwich Music House, NYC
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 8:00 p.m.

with Mary Nessinger, mezzo-soprano
and Robert Osborne, bass-baritone

Kloppenberg Dance

including a world premiere of Wes York

St. Mark's Church, NYC
March 9-12, 2000

with Greg Hesselink, cellist

Friends and Enemies of New Music

The Annual Invitational Concert

Greenwich House, NYC
Monday, March 27, 2000 at 8:00 PM

Program includes vocal music of David Rakowski and the new song cycle Naked Simplicities by Paul Moravec
with Archie Worley, tenor

Soireé of Haydn Trios

Arranged through Carnegie Hall and Marsh & McLennan Companies

The New York Palace Grand Ballroom
Thursday, May 18, 2000, 8 pm

with Suzanne Gilman, violin
and Gregory Hesselink, cello

Garden State Philharmonic Orchestra

Chamber and orchestral works of Copland and Bernstein

Toms River, NJ
April 8, 2000 and May 20, 2000

Other Seasons

Theme Park

A potpourri of programs and projects

See Reviews

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