Articles by John Salmon
John Salmon, pianist
 

“John Salmon’s jazz arrangement of ‘As Time Goes By’ by Herman Hupfeld was a hit with the larger-than-normal audience. Pianist Salmon started with a straightforward playing of the hit song from Casablanca and began to embroider it before it was taken up in turn by Steve Haines on double bass and Thomas Taylor on drums. Each player had his chance to shine, cadenza-like, and the ensemble improvisation was on a high level.”
    Classical Voice of North Carolina
    January 2004
    (www.cvnc.org )

“Salmon played splendidly, showing from the outset the outstanding pianism that has made him one of our finest mid-generation artists. It is apparent that Salmon can play superlatively well just about anything he decides to take up.”
    Classical Voice of North Carolina
    March 2004
    (www.cvnc.org)

“Thank You, Dave” American Music Teacher, April/May 2013

“Dave Brubeck:  No Time to Take Five,” Piano Today, Summer 2008

“Dave Brubeck’s Remembrance of Madeleine Milhaud,” Piano Today, Summer 2008

“Master Class:  Dave Brubeck’s Nocturnes,” Piano Today, Spring 2007

“The Van Cliburn I Know” American Music Teacher, February/March 2006

“Ten Classical Gems for Piano from Composer Dave Brubeck,” Clavier, December 2004

“Dave Brubeck’s ‘Chorale’,” Piano Today, Summer 2003

“Divining Jazz”, Muse & Spirit, Spring/Summer 2002

“Urtext, que me veux-tu?,” College Music Society Newsletter, March 2002

“A Duo Version of Invention No. 14,” Piano Today, Fall 2001

“Adding Notes: A Call for Interpretive Freedom,” Piano Today, Summer 2001

“The Classical Side of Dave Brubeck,” American Music Teacher, February/March 2001

“A Bold New Stride,” Piano & Keyboard, November/December 1999

“Dave Brubeck’s Pioneering Explorations of Rhythm,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 10 October 1997

“What Brubeck Got from Milhaud,” American Music Teacher, February/March 1992


UNCG pianist John Salmon plays Brubeck on new CD News & Record (Greensboro, NC), 22 May 2014

“‘John Salmon plays Brubeck Brubeck,’ at Brubeck’s request” The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Campus Weekly for Faculty and Staff (Greensboro, NC), 6 May 2014

“John Salmon joins jazz luminaries to celebrate late, great Dave Brubeck” The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Campus Weekly for Faculty and Staff (Greensboro, NC), 14 May 2013

“UNCG pianist recalls last talk with Brubeck” News & Record (Greensboro, NC), 7 December 2012

“John Salmon Jazz Trio to Perform March 24” Lindsey Wilson College [lindsey.edu], March 2011

“Meet an Artist:  John Salmon” News and Record (Go Triad Music), December 2010

“Salmon and Brubeck and More,” Classical Voice of North Carolina [cvnc.org], March 2004

“The Salmon Strikes,” UNCG Research, Spring 2003

“El arte musicalno es lo que está escrito en las partituras,” Cambio de Michoacán (Mexico), 16 March 2002

“Pianist Takes Time Out for Brubeck,” San Antonio Express, 12 March 1999

“Jazz y clasicismo se enriquecen,” Diario de León (Spain), 30 June 1997

John Salmon, entre el 'jazz' y lo clasico, mejor ambos,” Canarias 7 (Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain), 5 January 1988

“Great Expectations,” Image - Vol 4, No 3 (The Horned Frog, Vol 73) (Texas Christian University), February / March 1977

“Doodling Pays Off for Young Pianist,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 29 September 1970

Articles about John Salmon
Contact

John Salmon

UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance

P.O. Box 26170

Greensboro, NC 27402-6170

Fax: (336) 334-5497

E-mail: jcsalmon@uncg.edu