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BRAD LUBMAN enjoys a multi-faceted career as conductor, composer, and teacher.
Lubman's conducting has been praised by such musical luminaries as John Adams, Pierre Boulez, Luciano Berio, Elliott Carter, and Charles Wuorinen. He frequently conducts the Steve Reich Ensemble and the Ensemble Modern of Frankfurt and has appeared with major orchestras and ensembles both in the U.S. and abroad, including the Deutsches-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, New World Symphony, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, and Finnish Radio Symphony, among others.
Lubman has served on the conducting faculty of State University of New York at Stony Brook, and from 1989-94, Lubman was a conductor for the Tanglewood Festival of Contemporary Music and assistant conductor to Oliver Knussen. In May and December 2001, he was assistant conductor to Michael Tilson Thomas with the San Francisco Symphony, and in November 1999, assistant conductor to Pierre Boulez for the Boulez Carnegie Hall Workshop. Since 1997 he has been on the faculty of the Eastman School of Music, where he is currently associate professor of conducting and ensembles.
Lubman's own music has been performed in the U.S. and Europe by the Cygnus Ensemble, the Guild Trio, the New Millenium Ensemble, Percussion Group The Hague, and the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble.
Lubman is a member of the board of directors of the American Music Center. He has recorded for Auvidis Montaigne, BMG, Bridge, col legno, CRI, Centaur, Koch, and Nonesuch.