Aaron Rosenberg

Aaron Rosenberg, Music - Music Theory, Introduction to Keyboard, Aural Skills

Aaron Rosenberg, Music - Music Theory, Introduction to Keyboard, Aural Skills

Adjunct Faculty
Office:
Durgin Hall 316

Expertise

Music Theory, Composition, Keyboard

Educational Background

Bachelor of Music magna cum laude, Composition, Berklee College of Music
Master of Music, Composition, San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Ph.D., Composition, University of Oregon School of Music and Dance

Biosketch

Aaron Rosenberg has taught at UMass Lowell since 2010, and served for four years as a Graduate Teaching Fellow in Music Theory, Analysis, and Keyboard Skills at the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance.
 
Many of Rosenberg’s compositions are informed by narrative, drawing inspiration from such varied sources as the Old American West, fantastic chickens, German Expressionistic film, and Bertrand Russell.
 
In 2011 Rosenberg's piano quintet "Crowd Scene" won a performance and recording by Ensemble Soli fan tutti in Darmstadt, Germany, for which he received a Composer Assistance Program grant from the American Music Center.  In 2006, Rosenberg spent a month in Paris studying at the European American Musical Alliance’s Summer Composition Program, for which the University of Oregon presented him with the Gary E. Smith Summer Grant.  In 2003, he received the San Francisco Conservatory’s Seventh Annual Kris Getz Award for Composition.
 
Rosenberg lives in Boston where he continues to compose and teach private lessons in piano and musicianship.