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    New York, U.S.A
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    Jennifer Castellano received her Bachelor of Arts in Music at Manhattanville College and a Master of Music at Purchase College. She has studied classical piano with Donna DeAngelis, Catherine Coppola, and currently studies with Flora Lu Kuan. Teachers of composition include Mary Ann Joyce-Walter, Suzanne Farrin, Huang Ruo and Joel Thome.

    She has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the New York area and has participated in the annual Summit Music Festival (New York’s summer institute for intensive chamber music and instrumental training). Besides her great love of birds, many of her compositions reveal her philosophy regarding the similarities between sound and color as well as music and visual imagery. Such works include Spectrum: Seven Preludes for Piano and Bionic Birds, an electronic, audio-visual presentation.

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    Beethoven - Sonatas
    Brahms - Intermezzis
    Castellano - Spectrum
    Castellano - To Scriabin
    Copland - The Cat and the Mouse
    Debussy - Préludes
    Scarlatti - Sonatas
    Scriabin - Preludes
    Weber - Trio for Piano, Flute, and Cello Op. 63


    Jennifer M. Castellano

    "Use what talents you possess: the woods would be very silent if no birds sang there except those that sang best." --Henry Van Dyke