Jeffrey Neil

Jeffrey Neil is a lecturer for the Bay Area Writing Project at the University of California's Berkeley School of Education. He holds a BA from Yale University, an MPhil from King's College, Cambridge, and a PhD from UC Berkeley.  His writing on music includes Tristan und Isolde's arias, Spanish Golden Age songs in Cervantes' plays and a forthcoming piece on the sound of radio jingles in 1930s Hollywood films. He studied voice with Jonathan Nadel.


Articles by Jeffrey Neil

Jeffrey Neil's perspective on the late Kaija Saariaho's opera 'Innocence'

Amber Lin and Jeffrey Neil investigate Christine Moore Vassallo's journey through Spanish song

Jeffrey Neil delves into the nuances of Mozart's 'The Magic Flute' in San Francisco Opera's current production

Jeffrey Neil delves beneath the surface of Johann Sebastian Bach's 'St John Passion'

Jeffrey Neil investigates the marvellous score for the 1939 film 'The Wizard of Oz'

Jeffrey Neil talks to American composer Jenny Wei about the use of new technologies

Jeffrey Neil shares some thoughts about Tchaikovsky's ballet, following a visit to Oakland Ballet's production in California, USA

Jeffrey Neil asks some searching questions about classical music and protest

Jeffrey Neil reflects on a performance of Beethoven's Choral Symphony

Articles about Jeffrey Neil

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