Interview with Jonathan Santore by Sean Hurley on New Hampshire Public Radio (September 13, 2013)
"In 2006, Plymouth resident and PSU Music Professor Jonathan Santore was named New Hampshire Composer of the year. Just last month, he was awarded The American Prize in Choral Composition for 2013. As he tells NHPR's Sean Hurley, he's come a long way since playing trumpet for his high school marching band in Tennessee. ..."
Composer Jonathan Santore wins The American Prize 2013 (July 1, 2013)
Review from The Boston Musical Intelligencer, October 29, 2012
[The Boston Cecilia] Choir and string quintet offered a polished reading of Jonathan Santore’s The Return (Armistice Poems) (2005). Setting texts by John Freeman, Agnes Lee, and Robert Louis Stevenson, the composer sought to re-create World War I era parlor music, even as the settings resonate anew today. The work was lovely, and lovingly
performed by all assembled ... Bringing Santore ... to new and very appreciative audiences was an unqualified success.
Cashman Kerr Prince
Professor Jonathan Santore wins PSU's award for distinguished scholarship (August 24, 2011)
PSU Music Professor Jonathan Santore Named a 2010 Individual Artist Fellow by the N.H. State Council on the Arts (September 16, 2009)
Literary Inspiration (NH Union Leader, April 17, 2008)