Bruce Adolphe


A renowned composer whose music is performed throughout the world, Bruce Adolphe is also the author of several books on music, an innovative educator, and a versatile performer. His multifaceted career in music is obvious from the positions he holds concurrently: resident lecturer and director of family concerts for the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, founding creative director of The Learning Maestros, and comic keyboard quiz-master of Performance Today’s weekly radio program Piano Puzzlers. In 2008, Bruce Adolphe was named composer-in-residence at the Brain and Creativity Institute in Los Angeles, a new neuroscience research center directed by Antonio and Hanna Damasio.