Peter Golub
Lecturer, Composition

Music and Film; composition
Advising

Peter Golub is the composer of numerous concert works, film scores, music for the theater, and ballet. Recent pieces include the cello concert, SLEEPWALKING, performed by Matt Haimovitz and the song cycle Dark Carols. Films scores include These Amazing Shadows, Frozen River, The Great Debaters, The Laramie Project and Wordplay. His music was heard in the recent Broadway production of The Heiress, starring Jessica Chastain, as well as the two-part Laramie Cycle at BAM. For the last twelve years he has been Director of the Sundance Film Music Program.

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