Amnon Wolman

Amnon Wolman ( born April 20, 1955 in Jerusalem) is an Israeli composer.

After his military service 1973-1976 Wolman worked in television and then began studying music at the University of Tel Aviv. In 1982 he continued his education at the Institute of Sonology at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, 1983-84, he studied composition and computer music at Stanford University with John Chowning and Leland Smith.

As of 1989, Wolman taught at Northwestern University in Chicago, where he oversaw the studio for computer music. In 1990 he took part in the event New Music America in Montreal with his first electroacoustic composition Man Bridge. 1993 Don Giovanni Revisited premiered in Chicago. The production toured the U.S. and was also performed in Israel. In 1994, the eleven-hour work Andy Warhol Diaries, which was performed taking into account inputs from the Internet.

Wolman has taught as a professor of composition, inter alia, at the Center for Computer Music of Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Since 2006 he has directed the ensemble Musica Nova in Tel Aviv, he is since 2007 director of the School of Music Education of the Levinsky College. In addition to electro-acoustic works Wolman also composed film and ballet music and created sound installations.


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  • Allmusic - Amnon Wolman
  • Computer Music Journal - Amnon Wolman: The Marilyn Series
  • Akademie Schloss Solitude - Amnon Wolman
  • Amnon Wolman at the Internet Movie Database (English)
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