*Note: Unfortunately, due to medical reasons Jarred Dunn will no longer be able to perform at Diasporic Joyce. The Here Comes Everybody Players and Michelle Witen, a singer, have graciously stepped in and will be performing on the evening of Thursday, June 22 in Jarred Dunn’s place.
A pianist for 24 of his 27 years, Jarred Dunn has performed worldwide as a recitalist, chamber musician, and soloist with orchestras. As a performer he has been hailed by the New York Classical Music Guides as “evocative and mystical” (Donald Isler), and “technically perfect” by Belarusian First Radio. His performances have been heard on WWFM, WQXR, Belarus First Radio Minsk, and CHR (Hastings, ON). As a teacher, he has lectured in Canada, the United States, and Australia. Orchestras with which he has performed include the Torun (Poland), Etobicoke (Toronto), Rose (Brampton), Budapest Chamber (Hungary), and Symphony of Radio and Television Minsk (Belarus) Symphony Orchestras.
Alongside David Dubal, Jarred Dunn has helped to author The Piano Matters (Yale University Press, forthcoming), and they are currently collaborating on another book. Having been an assistant to David Dubal, Mr. Dunn has given lectures and master classes at Manhattan School of Music and The Juilliard Evening Division, and performed in New York at the International Keyboard Institute (Mannes College) and on WQXR New York. For his full bio, see his website.
Here is a video of Jarred Dunn performing Chopin: Etude in B Minor, Op. 25 no. 10.
Jarred Dunn will perform at Diasporic Joyce in June 2017. Selections of the pieces that he will perform include Tristan und Isolde – Liebestod, Die Miestersinger von Nürnberg – The Prize Song, Liszt – Spanish Rhapsody S.254, and Beethoven – Piano Sonata No. 31 in A-flat major, Op. 110.