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2008. Josh Goldman. LANGUAGE



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Josh Goldman. LANGUAGE
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Language is a stereophonic sound structure composed for seven vocalists (none of whom are using their vocal cords).

Josh Goldman is a composer / improviser / guitarist / educator who resides in the United States. He composes / improvises / performs music, using acoustic and electronic sources, for various ensembles and settings. Much of his music combines sound and visual elements (film / video / various installation spaces).

His compositions and performances have been heard and awarded internationally. Mr. Goldman holds degrees from New England Conservatory of Music (BM in music performance) and Brooklyn College, CUNY (MM in music composition). Currently, he is pursuing a doctoral degree in music composition at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM).















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2008. Josh Goldman (Cv)


EDUCATION 2007 ·    Doctor of Musical Arts (composition), University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), Cincinnati, Ohio, 2010 (anticipated)2005 ·    Master of Music (composition), Brooklyn College, Conservatory of Music, The City University of New York (CUNY), Brooklyn, New York1996 ·    Bachelor of Music (performance), New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, Massachusetts

AWARDS/HONORS2008-2007·    University Graduate Scholarship, University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music (CCM)

2007-2006.·    ASCAPLUS Award

2005·    5th “Pierre Schaeffer” International Competition of Electronic Music Composition, Accademia Musicale Pescarese, nomination·    32nd International Competition of Electroacoustic Music and Sonic Art, International Institute of Electroacoustic Music of Bourges (IMEB), selection

2004-2003·    Musica Viva 2004, Miso Music Portugal, International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM), first prize·    The John Cage Award, Brooklyn College

1992-1996·    Scholarship, New England Conservatory of Music

TEACHING AND WORKSHOPS2006·    Public School Teacher Certificate in Music (Permanent), New York, New York

2005-2006 ·    Pratt Institute, Guest Lecturer, Brooklyn, New York

2004·    Brooklyn Philharmonic Teaching Artist, Brooklyn, New York

2003-2004·    Brooklyn College, Teaching Assistant, Music Theory, Brooklyn, New York

2002-2006·    New York City Public Schools, Music Instructor, (CS 6, Bronx, 2001; PS 223

2004-2005·    Queens, 2001; PS 176, Brooklyn, 2002-2003; PS 163, Brooklyn, 2002-2006; PS/IS 308, Brooklyn, 2004; PS 222, Brooklyn

1999-2002·    Mercy College (Bronx House Campus), Guitar Instructor (private), Bronx, New York·    Bronx House Music School, Guitar Instructor (private), 60 students, Bronx, New York

1997-1998·    Hawaii Yamaha Music School Incorporated, Music Center of Hawaii, Guitar Instructor (private), 40 students, Honolulu, Hawaii

1996-1997·    Gordon Keller Music, Vienna, Virginia; Music Outlet, Manassas, Virginia, Guitar Instructor (private), 45 students·    New England Conservatory of Music, Teaching Assistant, Aural Training, Boston, Massachusetts

RESIDENCIES2007·    Prairie Center of the Arts, Peoria, Illinois·    Montana Artists Refuge, Basin, Montana·    Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, Nebraska City, Nebraska

COMPOSITIONS2007·    Hexagonal (Facets 1-6), composition for compact disc

2005·    By Rote, multimedia composition for electric guitar, electric bass, percussion, electroacoustic soundscape and planetarium

2004·    Color of a Doubt: an urban fable, film soundtrack·    Angel of Death, film soundtrack·    Consume, multimedia composition for compact disc and video (large screen projection)

2003·    Language, multimedia composition for voice, compact disc and video (large screen projection)

2002·    Fragment, composition for 60 guitars and 6 multicolored balloons

2001·    The Chosen Letters #5, #12, #12, #9, #19, composition for guitar·    The Chosen Letters #19, #25, #2, #9, #12, composition for guitar·    Women Who Eat Meat, film soundtrack

2000·    Paola, composition for electric guitar, electric bass, percussion, organ and string quartet

1998·    H1, composition for piano

1997·    The Chosen Letters #5, #20, #8, #1, #14, composition for piano·    Trialogue, composition for treble clef instrument, bass clef instrument and percussion

1996·    Descend, composition for guitar·    Walk, multimedia composition for electric guitar, electric bass, percussion, voice, audio tape, performance art and video (large screen projection)

1995·    To Sleep, composition for audio tape

·    ://selfportrait – a show for Bethlehem – a show for Peace, SoundLAB, Performance Intermedia Festival, OFFicyna Art Space, Szczecin, Poland

·    DEGEM WebRadio @ ZKM, German Association for Electroacoustic Music (DEGEM) and the Center for Art and Media (ZKM), Karlsruhe, Germany

·    art@radio, WMBC, Baltimore, Maryland

2004·    Musica Viva, Miso Music Portugal, International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM), Lisbon, Portugal·    International Electro-Acoustic Festival at Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York·    Continental, New York, USA·    Lot 61, New York, USA·    ABC No Rio, New York, USA·    Living Room, New York, USA·    Two Boots Pioneer Theatre, New York, USA·    CBGB’s Gallery, New York, USA·    Glenn Branca: Symphony #13 "Hallucination City" (world premiere), World Trade Center Plaza, New York, USA·    CMJ Music Festival, New York, USA·    Knitting Factory, New York, USA·    Galapagos Art Space, Brooklyn, New York, USA·    Collective Unconscious, New York, New York, USA·    Anna Bannana’s, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA·    Art of the States, WGBH, Public Radio International, Boston, Massachusetts, USA·    Zeitgeist Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA·    Jordan Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, USA·    Berklee Performance Center, Boston, Massachusetts, USA·    Millard Auditorium, Hartford, Connecticut, USA·    Reston Festival, Reston,Virginia

DISCOGRAPHY2007·    Electronic Music Vol. III, Musica Viva Competition Prize Winners 2004-2005-2006, Miso Records

2004·    BC Sound Serum, Brooklyn College Center for Computer Music (BCCCM)

PRIMARY MENTORS·    Mara Helmuth, Amnon Wolman, Paul Bley, Ran Blake, Hankus Netsky, Joseph Maneri, Scott Sandvik, Masashi Harada, Jackie McLean, Randy Johnston, Michael Fath, Bill Biesecke















2008 / 2008.02.14. RN3. La Ciudad Invisible (Josh Goldman)

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La Ciudad Invisible, RN3. LANGUAGE - Josh Goldman
7.8 MB 8:34 min