Matan Rubinstein


About Matan Rubinstein

Matan Rubinstein is a composer, pianist, electronic musician and sound designer, active in a variety of contexts and modalities: from concert works for orchestra and chamber groups, to Jazz and other forms of improvised music, to Acousmatic music from speakers. Many of his works are a result of collaborative efforts, making music for dance, theater, film, television, art installation and interactive media.

He has shared stages, toured and recorded with people from a wide array of practice and style - from contemporary classical concerts to Rhythm And Blues masters such as David “Fathead” Newman and Clyde Stubblefield; from improvising with members of Chicago’s AACM and New York’s Downtown scene. His own groups, the Marlboro Slipstream and Modular Music Ensemble, present music that is intermodal and concerned with various ways of making music that sounds radically different every time it’s played.

Originally from Jerusalem Israel, Matan has lived and worked in Brooklyn, NY and Madison, WI, where he received a doctoral degree from the University of Wisconsin in music composition. He now lives with his wife and three daughters in the Pioneer Valley in Western Massachusetts, and is Associate Professor of Music and Sound Studies at Emerson College in Boston.

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Saturday, July 2 // 1-8pm Turners Falls, MA (Raindate: July 3)

All performances are FREE with suggested donation to Nolumbeka Project.  



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