Join us for a book discussion and signing at the Carnegie Library with local author and composer Jonathan Bruce Brown on Friday, Sept. 30 at 6:30 p.m.
His debut novel, Dissonance, was published in 2015 and he is currently writing a sequel. Brown created the mystery novel as a result of writing about things he loved in music, as well as Michigan and its people.
Aspiring orchestral composer Wil Walker fears his life and career are going nowhere. then a bullet cuts down his friend, conductor Henri Falcano, in the middle of his finest performance. Detective Peter Jones uncovers a steady stream of evidence against Wil, but he begins to think all of it is bogus. Jones struggles to find the truth as Wil realizes he must fight to survive the vicious schemes of a ruthless, unseen enemy who is trying to frame him for murder.
– Synopsis from publisher’s website
Brown is the Composer-in-Residence with the Jackson Symphony Orchestra and a professor music as well as Chair of the Music Department at Spring Arbor University. His works have been performed across the United States and Europe and has completed commissioned works for Consumer’s Energy, the South Caroline School for the Arts, Central Michigan University, Spring Arbor University and Farmville United Methodist Church in Virginia, as well as several works for the JSO.
Join us for an evening with Brown at the Carnegie Library! Event intended for adults. Please call 517-788-4087 for more information.