Music Technology Minor

    Abraham Gomez Delgado
    Abraham Gomez-Delgado
    Associate Professor, Interim Coordinator of Animation
    Year Joined: 2008
    • B.F.A.
      Massachusetts College of Arts
    • M.F.A.
      Bard College
    Phone: 973-748-9000 ext. 1730
    Office: Center for Technology and Creativity, Room 108
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    Abraham Gomez-Delgado

    Abraham Gomez-Delgado is an Assistant Professor in the Creative Arts and Technology division at Bloomfield College. He is a composer, multi-instrumentalist and performance artist born in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico.

    Bandleader Abraham Gomez-Delgado, of Peruvian descent, left his native Puerto Rico as a child and relocated to the US. He leads the experimental Latin music group Zemog el Gallo Bueno as well as co-leads the avant-latin jazz big band Positive Catastrophe and has a Performance Art group under the name Eje.

    Gomez-Delgado is also a vocalist in his own compositions as well as in composer saxophonist Fred Ho’s Green Monster Big Band. Currently, he teaches Sound Art and production at Bloomfield College in New Jersey and is composing a Plena suite entitled Debrujo, Debrooho, debrewjo. •Recently he was awarded the New Jazz Works grant from Chamber Music America and the Doris Duke Foundation (2010). •Abraham has been awarded a Meet The Composer MetLife Grant (2010) •USArtists International Award, National Endowment for the Arts grant (2010).

    Gomez-Delgado has his MFA with honors from Bard College and holds a BFA from Mass College of Art.

    Subject(s): Animation, Music Technology
    Academic Committee(s): Tenure & Advancement
    Peter Gordon
    Peter Gordon
    Music Technology Program Coordinator, Professor
    Study Leave/21SP
    Year Joined: 2007
    • B.A.,
      University of California-San Diego
    • M.F.A.,
      Mills College
    Phone: 973-748-9000 ext. 1773
    Office: Center for Technology and Creativity, Room LL01
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    Peter Gordon, M.F.A.

    Peter Gordon is Associate Professor of Music and Coordinator of the Music Technology Program.

    Prof. Gordon attended the University of California, San Diego (B.A. Liberal Arts-Music) and Mills College (M.F.A. in Electronic Music and Recording.) He comes to Bloomfield College with a long career as a composer, producer, recording artist and arranger and his professional experience inform his teaching classes in music composition, production, and improvisation.

    Gordon’s music transcends genres – it is heard in the concert hall as well as on the dance floor. Gordon has received the Obie Award for his work in musical theater and the Bessie Award for his compositions for dance, as well as grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and New York State Council on the Arts. He has also been received visiting artist grants from DAAD (Berlin) and Japan-US Friendship Commission. He has composed four operas, released numerous recordings on major and independent labels, most recently a retrospective album on DFA Records, and he has performed internationally with his Love of Life Orchestra.

    Subject(s): Music Technology
    Academic Committee(s): Assessment
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    Steve Colson
    Adjunct Lecturer
    Year Joined: 1989
    • B.M.E.D.,
      Northwestern University School of Music
    Phone: 973-748-9000 ext.
    Office: Center for Technology and Creativity
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    Subject(s): Music Technology
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    Toriono Gandy
    Adjunct Lecturer, Audio Technologist, CAT Facilities Manager
    Year Joined: 2009
    • B.A.,
      Bloomfield College
    Phone: 973-748-9000 ext. 1795
    Office: Center for Technology and Creativity, Room LL06
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    Bio Forthcoming

    Subject(s): Music Technology
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    Brian Lydell
    Adjunct Lecturer
    Year Joined: 2014
    • B.M.,
      Berklee College of Music
    Phone: 973-748-9000 ext.
    Office: Center for Technology and Creativity
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    Bio Coming Soon
    Subject(s): Music Technology

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