Edward “Ted” Goldman
Assistant Professor (Teaching) of Music Theory, 2012-13Department:
Ted Goldman received his BA in Music from Columbia University (2005), where he studied with Fred Lehrdahl, and MM and DMA degrees in Composition from The Juilliard School (2008 and 2012), where he studied with Samuel Adler and Christopher Rouse and was Teaching Fellow and Assistant as well as Faculty Assistant. He was an organizer and member of The Juilliard/Cornell Music and Medicine Initiative (2009-2011), a radio host and programmer for WKCR-FM (2004-2009), and a member of the editorial board of Current Musicology (Columbia University press, 2003-2005). He is a member of the Society for Music Theory, the Contemporary Record Society, and the American Composers Forum.
He has written and presented papers on the music of Nancarrow, Hindemith, Schumann, J. S. Bach, Ives, and Janácek. His compositions have commissioned by Alarm Will Sound (Mull: Sail Onward, 2012), the Banff Centre (digidigidha, 2011), the New Juilliard Ensemble (Enzheii, 2010 and Cellular Automata, 2007)), the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the MusicX Festival (Urulumunu, 2010 and Scrudge, 2009), the Norfolk New Music Festival (Klefairn, 2008). He is winner of the MusicX/eighth blackbird Competition (2010), the Hanson Young Composer Competition, Chamber Music Rochester (2011), Beijing Modern Music Festival Young Composers Competition (2011), PARMA Recordings Student Composer Competition (2012), and the ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award (2010 and 2012).