Christine Brandes and Eric Moe
Noted for her radiant, crystalline voice and superb musicianship, soprano Christine Brandes brings her committed artistry to a repertoire ranging from 17th century to newly composed works, performing at many of the world’s most distinguished festivals and concert series in programs spanning from recitals and chamber music to oratorio and opera. She is an associate professor of Music at San Francisco State University.
Former San Francisco State Professor Eric Moe (1954 – ) is the composer of what The New York Times has called “music of winning exuberance.” As a pianist and keyboardist, Moe has premiered and performed works by a wide variety of composers. A founding member of the San Francisco-based Earplay ensemble, he co-directs the Music on the Edge new music concert series in Pittsburgh and is Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Composition and Theory at University of Pittsburgh.
Photo of Christine Brandes by Alexander Vasiljev. Photo of Eric Moe by Mara Rago.