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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

Company Description

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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Leyerle Publications

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Music by Brian W. Holmes
Brian Holmes's musical compositions include two operas, a Christmas show, two plays with music, numerous choral and vocal works, as well as works for orchestra, band, and chamber ensembles. He has been active as a professional horn player, performing with the San Jose Symphony and Opera San Jose. Since 1983, he has been a member of the Physics Department of San Jose State University; he has also taught in the Music Department, the Creative Arts Department, and the Science Education Group. As a recognized expert on the physics of musical instruments, Holmes has given over a hundred lectures all over the United States. Holmes wrote Six Lullabies to amuse his son, Jerry, who was three years old at the time.


2015-2016 Concert Dates | SFCCO | News

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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.


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


May, 2007 | SFCCO | News

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We will be serving up delightful sounds as SFCCO presents Bay Area and world premieres by local musical artists: John Beeman, Harry Bernstein, Michael Cooke, Alan Crossman, Gary Friedman, Brian Holmes, and Loren Jones.
Tags: Alan Crossman, Brian Holmes, Gary Friedman, Harry Bernstein, John Beeman, Loren Jones, Michael Cooke 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.


May, 2014 | SFCCO | News

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Also showcased will be the atmospheric Two Songs for Tenor and Orchestra, by Brian Holmes, and a soaring string works graced by flute, from Martha Stoddard.
Tags: Brian Holmes, Davide Verotta, John Beeman, Martha Stoddard, Michael Cooke, Roberto Becheri 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.


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