Martin Goldray

Marjorie Leff Miller Faculty Scholar in Music. 2010 Recipient of the Lipkin Family Prize for Inspirational Teaching

BA, Cornell University. MM, University of Illinois. DMA, Yale University. Fulbright scholar in Paris; pianist and conductor, with special interests in 17th- through 20th-century music; performed extensively and recorded as pianist, soloist, chamber musician, and conductor; performed with most of the major new music ensembles, such as the New Music Consort and Speculum Musicae; worked with composers such as Babbitt, Carter, and numerous younger composers and premiered new works, including many written for him. Toured internationally as a member of the Philip Glass Ensemble from 1983-1996; conducted the premieres of several Glass operas and appears on many recordings of Glass’s music. Conducted film soundtracks and worked as producer in recording studios; formerly on the faculty of the Composers Conference at Wellesley College. SLC, 1998–

Courses taught in Music

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • Conducting
  • First-Year Studies: Landmarks of Western Music
  • Orchestra Projects
2012-2013
  • Music of Transcendent Experience
  • Music of Transcendent Experience
  • Orchestra Projects
  • The Music of J. S. Bach
  • The Music of J. S. Bach

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