Jarred Dunn, Pianist - Pianist / Keyboardist | Toronto, Ontario(no reviews)
Based In: Toronto, Ontario
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Find me at my website, www.jarredunn.com! I am a pianist trained in North America and Europe, with extensive experience playing in concert settings, chamber music/ensembles, vocal accompaniment, and music for entertainment (special events).
Jarred Dunn has performed worldwide as a recitalist, chamber musician, and soloist with orchestras. His career has included invitations to perform in Poland, Hungary, Belarus, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Malta, The Czech Republic, United States, Canada, and Australia. As a performer he has been hailed by the New York Classical Music Guides as “evocative and mystical” (Donald Isler). His performances have been heard on WWFM, WQXR, and CHR (Hastings, ON). As a teacher, he has lectured in Canada, the United States, and Australia. Orchestras with which he has performed include the Torun (Po
... land), Rose (Brampton), Budapest Chamber (Hungary), and Symphony of Radio and Television Minsk (Belarus) Symphony Orchestras.
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A pianist for 23 of his 26 years, Jarred Dunn has performed worldwide as a recitalist, chamber musician, and soloist with orchestras. His career has included invitations to perform in Poland, Hungary, Belarus, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Malta, The Czech Republic, United States, Canada, and Australia. As a performer he has been hailed by the New York Classical Music Guides as “evocative and mystical” (Donald Isler). His performances have been heard on WWFM, WQXR, and CHR (Hastings, ON). As a teacher, he has lectured in Canada, the United States, and Australia. Orchestras with which he has performed include the Torun (Poland), Rose (Brampton), Budapest Chamber (Hungary), and Symphony of Radio and Television Minsk (Belarus) Symphony Orchestras.
Alongside David Dubal, Jarred Dunn has helped to author The Piano Matters (Yale University Press, forthcoming) and they are currently collaborating on another book. Having been an assistant to David Dubal, Mr. Dunn has given lectures and master classes at Manhattan School of Music and The Juilliard Evening Division, and performed in New York at the International Keyboard Institute (Mannes College) and on WQXR New York. His articles have also been published in NOTES Magazine (ORMTA) and the CMEA Journal, for which he writes regularly. Currently, his research delves into the acoustics of Auschwitz-Birkenau and music during the Holocaust; he currently lives in Poland and is researching at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Oswiecim, Poland.
Mr. Dunn has been teaching the piano since 2005, and is responsible for unique advancements in his hometown of Brampton's musical community. As a lecturer, he has been repeatedly sought by the Ontario Registered Music Teachers Association, judged and adjudicated in competitions and auditions including the Stirling Festival Competition, Rockland Auditions in New York, and Merriam Piano Competition, and initiated the first summer teaching and learning program for piano teachers and students, at K Lin Music. He has helped hundreds of students improve their techniques, and is noted for his insight and understanding of communication and piano technique, piano literature, and pedagogy. In 2013, he received the Teacher Recognition Award from the Ontario Federation of Teachers, and in 2012 at the University of Toronto he received the W.O. Forsyth Graduation Award, given to the most meritorious pianist graduating. He has received numerous scholarships and awards for his scholastic, musical, and scholarly achievements.
Jarred Dunn has performed in master classes and consulted with many eminent pedagogues and pianists from around the world, including James Anagnoson, Seymour Bernstein, Grzegorz Biegas, Andrea Bonatta, Dominikus Burghardt, Janina Fialkowska, Edna Golandsky, Jeno Jando, Peter Longworth, Ian Parker, Wojciech Kocyan, Sigfried Mauser, Robert McDonald, John O’Conor, Choong-mo Kang, Andrzej Jasinski, Seymour Lipkin, Jerome Lowenthal, Matti Raekallio, Jerzy Sterczynski, Hartmut Sauer, Ilja Scheps, Balasz Szokolay, and Nelita True. He is a double-graduate of the University of Toronto (B.M., Piano; B.Ed., English). He also studied at The Juilliard School with Jacob Lateiner and Yoheved Kaplinsky. Currently a graduate student (M.M., piano) at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, Poland, Mr. Dunn studies with noted professor Anna Górecka (daughter of composer Henryk M. Górecki).
Some reviews of my concert playing include:
“The Engulfed Cathedral, as played by Jarred Dunn, was evocative and mystical, and both the buildup, as the cathedral rose out of the sea, and the descent, as it went back into the water, were impressively done."
-Classical Music Guide Forums, New York
"Particular attention was drawn to young Canadian pianist Jarred Dunn, who performed the popular D Minor Concerto of Mozart. Invited on the recommendation of the conductor, the Canadian pianist demonstrated on the stage not only technically perfect performance, but attentive listeners felt his ... understanding of Mozart's style, in a perfect ensemble with orchestra, with a subtle and deep inner experience created by a real musician."
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