We recently caught up with Brett Deubner, renowned viola soloist and professor of viola at the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College New York.

Brett, who is currently accepting scores through a Featured Recording Opportunity with PARMA, recently released MOTHER EARTH on Navona Records. He joined us to discuss the environmental themes and craft behind the album, along with the collaborative drive that led to this project with Latin GRAMMY-winner pianist Allison Brewster Franzetti.

Listen to Our Conversation with Brett

MOTHER EARTH - album cover


MOTHER EARTH is available now from Navona Records. Click here to visit the catalog page and explore this album.

  • Brett Deubner

    Born in San Francisco, violist Brett Deubner has established himself as one of the foremost violists of his generation. As a sought after soloist who has performed with orchestras on five continents, Deubner has redefined the role of “solo artist” and has given the viola a new standing in the world of classical music with his virtuosity, commitment to championing new music, and his mentoring tomorrow’s young artists.