Joseph Lerner

Joseph Lerner is a North American composer and Communication Analyst-Strategist. He began his journey in the world of music through learning the rudimentary and fundamental principals of music through taking private lessons. Later in life, Joseph lerner professional and practical education in composition, conducting and production were perused by taking masterclasses, workshops, symposiums and seminars. Some of the musicians who assisted Joseph Lerner in shaping his professional and practical knowledge and skills have been Glenn Morley, Srul Irving Glick, Dr. Samuel Dolin, Prof. John Weinzweig.

Joseph Lerner has been the recipient of numerous internationally recognized scholarships and awards: The Masterplayers International Music Academy's Achievement Award, the Pickering Metro East Music Festival Achievement Award, the First Composition Award at the Kiwanis Music Festival for his Capriccio for Oboe. In addition, Joseph Lerner's Intermezzo for Piano and Capriccio for Oboe have been recorded at the Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall.

Joseph Lerner has been active as a journalist and promoter in the arts and entertainment industry. He has interviewed numerous high profile artists and celebrities such as Anton Kuerti, Gino Vanelli, Ann Medina, Glenn Morley among many others. In the past, Joseph Lerner held the position as Chief Executive Officer of the Millennium Arts Society, Chair of MAS International Competition for Composers and the resident Music Director of the Tonal Virtuosi Orchestra. In addition, he has served as the North American Liaison and Operations Manager for the Masterplayers International Music Festival in Switzerland.

Joseph Lerner's extensive writings, prose and poetry cover a diverse range of subjects from human experiences, arts, etc. In addition, he as a strategist has worked with businessmen, politicians, community leaders and artists in various industries throughout the world.

One of Joseph Lerner's most well known pieces is "Capriccio for Viola" recorded by [http://www.astralartisticservices.org/artists/li.html Teng Li] (Principal Violist of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra) and [http://www.cbc.ca/musicaroundus/players/tengli.html Li Wang] (Gold Medal winner of the International Franz Liszt Piano Competition and Chopin International Piano Competition).

Joseph Lerner's have been been premiered and recorded by the artists such as [http://www.tso.ca/season/about/about02.01.cfm?ID=386 Mark Skazinetsky] (Associate Concertmaster of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra); [http://www.astralartisticservices.org/artists/li.html Teng Li] ; Brian Hanke; [http://www.cbc.ca/musicaroundus/players/tengli.html Li Wang] ; [http://www.rcmusic.ca/ContentPage.aspx?name=SENAY_TRUBASHNIK Prof. Senya Trubashnik] (over 100 solo recordings with Radio Luxembourg Symphony, EMI and Decca labels).

References

* [http://www.josephlerner.com Website and bio]
* [http://www.salon-voltaire.com/ourspeakers.php Lecture: The History of Classical Orchestra, its evolution and contemporary composition]
* [http://www.millenniumartssociety.org Articles and Interviews]
* [http://thewholenote.com/wholenote_jun_06/concert_notes.html The Wholenote Magazine Quodlibet by Allan Pulker]
* [http://www.millenniumartssociety.org/kuerti.htm Anton Kuerti in conversation with Joseph Lerner]
* [http://www.millenniumartssociety.org/laplante.htm André Laplante in conversation with Joseph Lerner]
* [http://www.millenniumartssociety.org/lenz.htm Jack Lenz in conversation with Joseph Lerner]
* [http://www.millenniumartssociety.org/morley.htm Glenn Morley in conversation with Joseph Lerner]
* [http://www.timothyminthorn.com/news.html World premier of A Famine Burns composed by Timothy Minthorn]


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