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Brian W. Holmes

Physics Professor

San Jose State University

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San Jose State University

One Washington Square

San Jose, California,95192

United States

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San José State is the Silicon Valley's largest institution of higher learning with more than 30,000 students. The campus is the number one supplier of engineering, education, computer science and business graduates to the area. The oldest public institution of... more

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SFCCO | CONCERT INFO

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Brian Holmes is a physics professor at San Jose State University, specializing in the physics of musical instruments.
He usually composes for voice or chorus. During the last year, he has completed commissions for the Peninsula Women's Chorus, the Peninsula Girls Chorus, Pinewood School, and Castileja School. Brian Holmes Brian Holmes


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Brian Holmes is a physics professor at San Jose State University, specializing in the physics of musical instruments.
He usually composes for voice or chorus. During the last year, he has completed commissions for the Peninsula Women's Chorus, the Peninsula Girls Chorus, Pinewood School, and Castileja School.


News :: Menlo Brass Quintet

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Trombone artist Barbara Sigler joined the quintet in 1991, Bob Lipton and his tuba have been with us since 1993 and hornist Brian Holmes joined the Menlo Brass in 2006.
Dr. Brian Holmes, on French Horn, Joins the Menlo Brass Brian Holmes, French horn August 5, 2006 - Menlo Park, California - We are pleased to announce that French hornist Brian Holmes has joined the Menlo Brass Quintet. Dr. Holmes is already well known to the musical community in the San Francisco Bay Area as a published composer and skilled musician. The Menlo Brass have been working collaboratively with Brian (as a composer and arranger, as well as on horn) since first getting together in 1985. We are looking forward to a long and fruitful association with this talented artist. Having followed his career since our meeting, we could not have been happier when he accepted the invitation to take over the French horn chair. Brian brings a wealth of performing and composing experience to Menlo Brass. He is co-principal horn of the Peninsula Symphony, a member of the San Francisco Composers Chamber Orchestra, and has played regularly with the San Jose Symphony and Opera San Jose. Active as a composer, he usually writes for chorus or solo voice, with numerous performances, awards, commissions, broadcasts, and publications to his credit. Brian received a Bachelor's degree from Pomona College, and earned a PhD in experimental low temperature physics from Boston University. He is a professor of Physics at San Jose State University. He is also a nationally recognized expert on the physics of brass musical instruments, giving many invited talks all over the country.


Brian Holmes, French horn, Menlo Brass Quintet

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Brian Holmes, horn | Brian Holmes
Brian Holmes, horn | Brian Holmes Brian Holmes, horn Brian Holmes was born in Washington D. C. He graduated from Punahou School in Honolulu, received a Bachelor's degree from Pomona College, and earned a PhD in experimental low temperature physics from Boston University. He joined the Physics Department of San Jose State University in 1983. He has often neglected his students to play in the San Jose Symphony and Opera San Jose. He is co-principal horn of the Peninsula Symphony and a member of the San Francisco Composers Chamber Orchestra. Active as a composer, he usually writes for chorus or solo voice, with numerous performances, awards, commissions, broadcasts, and publications to his credit. He is also a nationally recognized expert on the physics of brass musical instruments, giving many invited talks all over the country. Brian is the newest member of the Menlo Brass Quintet, having joined in 2006. [ Home ] [ Dan Hallock ] [ Brian Holmes ] [ Bob Lipton ] [ Ron McWilliams ] [ Barbara Sigler ] [ Former Members ]


Spring 2006 Meeting

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Brian Holmes, San Jose State University, HornCabbage@aol.com
Brian Holmes received his doctorate from Boston University in 1980. He has been a member of the Physics Department of San Jose State University for fourteen years. His interests include the physics of music and sports, and physics education. A sought-after speaker, his topics include musical acoustics and sports physics. His talks are full of humor and energy, which complement the physical and musical insights he offers. He enlivens his presentation with numerous demonstrations, including building a trumpet from scratch. He often plays an antique keyed bugle, a valve-less predecessor of the modern French horn-and a length of garden hose. Dr. Holmes performs regularly with the San Jose Symphony and Opera San Jose. He has published many articles in physics publications including Whoopee Cushion Physics, My Teacher is a Blowhard, and Putting: How a golf ball and hole interact. He has also published a number of original musical compositions and arrangements, including 15 piano-vocal arrangements for the children's book, I Have a Song to Sing (McElderry Books, Simon & Schuster).


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