Regular Full and Part Time Faculty, Ensemble Directors
Paul D. Lehrman
Lecturer of Music and Multimedia Arts
B.F.A., Purchase College Conservatory, 1975. M.A., Lesley
University, 2000. Ph.D, Tufts University, 2010. Undergraduate
studies at Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center, 1971-73.
Director of Music Technology, Tufts University.
Composer, author, teacher, and technologist. Pioneer in the field of
computer music. Recordings include "The Celtic Macintosh," first
all-MIDI album, 1986; "Ballet Mécanique and other works for player
pianos, percussion, and electronics," 2000. Compositions
commissioned by NEWCOMP, Boston Computer Society, Audio Engineering
Society. Film scores for PBS, A&E, Discovery Channel, History
Channel. Appearances at Carnegie Hall, Symphony Hall, Royal Festival
Hall, and with San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Faculty, UMass
Lowell program in Sound Recording Technology, 1987-99. Principal
author, "MIDI For The Professional" (Music Sales Corp.); author of
over 450 articles on music and music technology; columnist for Mix
magazine, 1995-present. Producer of "Bad Boy Made Good,"
award-winning documentary film, 2003. Appointed 2000.