The late Bruce Prince-Joseph’s world-renowned music was at the heart of his spirit and generosity. His performances with conductors and composers including Ansermet, Bernstein, Bohm, Boulez, Cantelli, Copland, Fiedler, Hindemith, Kostelanetz, Krips, Kubelik, Maazel, Menuhin, Metropoulos, Monteux, Oistrakh, Previtali, Sargent, Schippers, Shaw, Solti, Steinberg, Stokowski, Stravinsky, Szell, Wallenstein and Bruno Walter established him as a world-class artistic force. Our Chamber Music remembrance focuses on Bruce’s 1990’s experiments with Kansas City’s newEar contemporary chamber ensemble, of which he was a founding member.

Remembering Bruce: Scarlatti Garden

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYp8gkbl6ck

Bruce Prince-Joseph Obiturary

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/kansascity/obituary.aspx?n=bruce-prince-joseph&pid=174854726&fhid=11272

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Remembering Bruce Prince-Joseph (1926-2015)

The late Bruce Prince-Joseph’s world-renowned music was at the heart of his spirit and generosity. His performances with conductors and composers including Ansermet, Bernstein, Bohm, Boulez, Cantelli, Copland, Fiedler, Hindemith, Kostelanetz, Krips, Kubelik, Maazel, Menuhin, Metropoulos, Monteux, Oistrakh, Previtali, Sargent, Schippers, Shaw, Solti, Steinberg, Stokowski, Stravinsky, Szell, Wallenstein and Bruno Walter established him as a world-class artistic force. Our Chamber Music remembrance focuses on Bruce’s 1990’s experiments with Kansas City’s newEar contemporary chamber ensemble, of which he was a founding member.

Remembering Bruce: Scarlatti Garden

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYp8gkbl6ck

Bruce Prince-Joseph Obiturary

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/kansascity/obituary.aspx?n=bruce-prince-joseph&pid=174854726&fhid=11272

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