A Requiem, Derailed by the Pandemic, Arrives When It’s Needed Most - June 2021

Courtney Bryan’s ‘Requiem’ had to wait out the pandemic — now on CSOtv, it’s all the stronger for it. Because we aren’t the same - June 2021

AWARD: United States Artists - April 2020

Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune - March 11, 2020

Chicago Sinfonietta review: Violinist Koh unveils a seductive new concerto

Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times - March 6, 2020 

Review: L.A. Phil and Herbie Hancock open the risk-taking Power to the People! festivalMark Swell

Dean M. Shapiro - November 16, 2019

'Rejoice! ' New Orleans' own pianist, composer Courtney Bryan premieres work to lead LPO concert

Columbia University - April 10, 2019

Dr. Courtney Bryan Wins the 2019-2020 ROME Prize

Grayson Lee - September 19, 2018

Artist’s music responds to police brutality

 

Nate Chinen, WBGO’s The Checkout - May 17, 2017

Listening to Alice Coltrane’s Spiritual Recordings, WithTwo Musical Inheritors
 

Chloé Bardin, The Chicago Maroon - May 8, 2017

Imani Winds Breathes Vitality to the Legacy of Gwendolyn Brooks

Sarit Luban, Bitch Media - August 16, 2016

Meet the Classical Music Composer Whose Songs Address Black
Lives Matter

William Robin, The New York Times - July10, 2016

For Black Lives Matter, Classical Music Steps In

Rajul Punjabi, Village Voice - July 8, 2016

Black Lives Matter in the Orchestra Pitt, Too