Visiting Assistant Professor of Music
Joined Connecticut College: 2019
D.M.A Music Composition/Theory - Stanford University
Electronic Music, Intermedia, Jazz
Andrew Greenwald is a composing and performing musician. HIs compositions probe questions of coherence in musical form, often using computer models to seamlessly meld improvisation and traditionally notated music. His works have been commissioned, recorded, and independently programmed by the Arditti Quartet, JACK Quartet, Mivos Quartet, Spektral Quartet, Ensemble Adapter, On Structure, Ensemble Dal Niente, Line Upon Line Percussion, Wild Up, Gnarwhallaby, and Distractfold as well as soloists Seth Josel, Ryan Muncy, Yuki Numata Resnick, Weston Olencki, Matt Barbier, Josh Modney, Austin Wulliman, and Séverine Ballon, and Marco Fusi at festivals and venues throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Upcoming premieres of his work can be heard at the Luxembourg Philharmonie, L.A Philharmonic’s Green Umbrella Series at Walt Disney Hall, the Darmstadt Ferienkurse, Festival Musica Strasbourg, and ON Festival Cologne.
Andrew has been an active member of composer/performer collective Ensemble Pamplemousse, a group that fuses chamber music, popular music, theatre, instrument building, electronics, and video since 2002. The group recently released their second video album Lost at Sea.
Andrew's compositions have received support from the Hepner Foundation, Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation, Aaron Copland Fund, Argosy Foundation, the American Music Center Composer Assistance Program, NYSCA, A. Lindsay and Olive B. O'Connor Foundation, Alice M. Ditson Fund, Meet the Composer, and New Music USA. His scores are published by Edition Gravis (Berlin), and recordings can be heard on New Focus Recordings, Carrier Records, Navona, Innova, Parlour Tapes+, and Creative Sources.
At Connecticut College, Andrew teaches classes in music theory, composition, electronic music, and orchestration. He previously taught music theory, musicianship, aesthetics, and composition at Bennington College. In addition to his teaching at Conn. College, Andrew is Artist-in-Residence at Marlboro College, where he is a member of the Marlboro Slipstream Faculty Ensemble.
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