John Dante Prevedini

John Dante Prevedini (born 1987) is a composer, educator and public speaker hailing from Connecticut and active throughout New England and beyond. Drawing upon a variety of fields, his work aims to examine unconventional facets of everyday life through a multidisciplinary lens. He holds a DMA from the University of Hartford Hartt School (in composition with history and theory minors), an MM in composition from the University of Rhode Island, an MBA from Salve Regina University, and a BA from Connecticut College with a triple major in Music, East Asian Studies, and BCMB (Biochemistry and Cellular and Molecular Biology).

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Articles about John Dante Prevedini

Classical music news. Creativity, Innovation and Re-invention - Classical Music Daily's April 2021 Newsletter has just been published as a video podcast

Classical music news. Hang in there together - Classical Music Daily's March 2021 Newsletter has just been published as a video podcast

New Releases - Keith Bramich describes some changes this magazine is making to its reviewing process, and provides a snapshot of information provided by record labels, promoters and individual artists over the last month

Ensemble. Fit for Streaming? - Giuseppe Pennisi investigates various current and recent opera productions

Classical music news. Singing in Cars? - Classical Music Daily's February 2021 Newsletter has just been published as a video podcast

Classical music news. Upgrading to the Visual - Classical Music Daily's January 2021 Newsletter has just been published in a new video podcast format

How Audiences See the World - Reinventing music for social media during the COVID-19 pandemic, by John Dante Prevedini

Articles by John Dante Prevedini

John Dante Prevedini listens to music by seventeenth century composer Balthasar Erben

John Dante Prevedini reviews essential recordings of the Giya Kancheli symphonies

Reinventing music for social media during the COVID-19 pandemic