Galante, Jane Hohfeld

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GALANTE, Jane Hohfeld

GALANTE, Jane Hohfeld. American, b. 1924. Genres: Music, Translations. Career: University of California, Berkeley, instructor in music, 1948-52; Mills College, Oakland, CA, instructor in music, 1950-52; Berkeley, A Journal of Modern Culture, editor, 1949-52; concert pianist, touring Europe and the United States, 1952-89; writer, editor, and translator. Founder and director, Composers' Forum of San Francisco, 1947-56; trustee, Morrison Chamber Music Center, San Francisco State University, 1956-; honorary trustee, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 1976-98; member of board of trustees, San Francisco Performances, 1987-91; co-founder, San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music, 1999-; Chevalier de l'ordre des arts et des lettres, 1983 arts et des lettres, 1983. Publications: (ed. and trans.) P. Collaer, Darius Milhaud, 1989; (trans.) D. Milhaud, Interviews with Claude Rostand, 2002. Address: 8 Sea Cliff Ave, San Francisco, CA 94121, U.S.A.