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Joseph Bartolozzi Joe

Freelance Music Composer & Music Arranger

Location:New York City, New York, United States
Phone: 917 579 2079
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Joseph James Bartolozzi
25-66 12th Street
Apt 4F
Astoria, NY 11102
C: 917 579 2079/ H:718 777 2819


2009 Doctor of Philosophy PHD in Composition and Theory
State University of New York, Stonybrook

2012 Masters in Film Scoring/Composition New York University New York,

2001 Master of Performance (M.M.) in Composition and in Music Performance (Piano) Brooklyn College, New York,

1992 Professional studies in Orchestral Conducting, Choral Conducting Juilliard School, New York,

1990 Professional studies in Organ Performance and Music Education, Northern Illinois University

1984-1986 Master of Music in Piano (M.M.) 1986; Bachelor of Music (B.M.)1984 Sherwood Conservatory of Music, Chicago IL

Conference Papers and Invited Lectures

May 2012 2012 Cannes Film Festival Participant Cannes, France

May 2012 ASCAP/NYU Film Scoring

2009 -Current Conductor of NYU Film Scoring recording sessions

February 2009 Electro-Acoustic Composition 101 for secondary educators

March 7-8 2008 Arts Education, To What End? New York University Symposium.
Electro-Acoustic Composition as a Tool for Secondary School Music Teaching.

February 2008 Electro-acoustic Composition as a Tool for secondary school Music Teaching.

NY State Certification

• Music K-12
• New York City Certification K-12

Teaching Experience

2004-2010 Adjunct Faculty in Composition Stonybrook University,
Stonybrook, New York

1995-2000 Adjunct Faculty, Teaching Core Music 2.2 (Music Appreciation) to non-music majors; Fundamentals of Music Theory 4.1 Brooklyn College Conservatory Brooklyn, New York

2001-Present Long Island City High School, Long Island City, Queens
• AP Music Theory
• Ear-Training and Keyboard Harmony
• Instrumental Music/Band
• Keyboard studies
• Percussion Ensemble
• Choral Director
• Asst. Dir. Of Musical Theatre
• Core Music Studies
• Jazz Theory

2004-2012 Vocal Coach and Accompanist Arranger and Conductor for the Vocal Studio of the Summer Arts Institute Program (SAI), Stuyvesant High School, New York

1992-1994 Head of the Choral Arts and Musical Theatre programs, Franklin K. Lane High School, East New York, Queens

1990-1992 Director of Choral Arts and Musical Theatre programs Harry S. Truman High School, Bronx, New York

2002-Present Private Studio Instruction
• Composition
• Orchestration
• Piano
• Chamber Music
• Instrumental Accompanying/Coaching
• Ear-training
• Score reading
• Harmonic Analysis
• Conducting


2000-2001 President of the Electro-Acoustic Ensemble
Responsibilities: Training and assisting students in the techniques of recording and engineering; Teaching Pro-Tools, Max/MSP, MOTU, Soundhack, Sound Designer, and MIDI; Training students in the techniques of sound editing, sound designing, and digital sampling; Teaching students to record and produce their own recordings on Compact Discs

1995-2000 Graduate Assistant to the Brooklyn College Chorus Conductor
Responsibilities: Arranging and adjudicating auditions; Programming and conducting rehearsals; Accompanying the choir in rehearsals and performances; Conducting one major work at each concert; Consultation with the orchestral librarian; Maintaining and cataloging the Choral library; Preparing publicity materials, programs, and program notes; Setting up dress rehearsals, rehearsal schedules, scheduling of performance space, Consultation with the Operatic director with regards to rehearsing the choral repertoire for the opera productions


2012 O.C.D. for Solo Viola And Electronics

2011 “Livin The Dream” a Finale song for SAI for Chorus and Band

2010-2011 Piano Suite, for solo piano, Orchestral Prelude, for Orchestra

2009 Christmas Cantata, for Full Orchestra Double Chorus and Soprano and Baritone soloists, Duration 35 minutes

2009 Boogie Woogie for Two Bassoons and a Computer, Duration 10 minutes

2007 Kalimba, A duet for Vibraphone and Marimba, Duration 11 minutes

2007 Prelude For Orchestra, Duration 9 minutes

2006 Perry’s Hymn, For solo bass and electronics, Duration 15 minutes

2005 Toccata for Pianoforte, Duration 11 minutes

2005 E.N. Rag , A Rag for solo violin utilizing elements of spectral music, Duration 9 Minutes

2004 Petrarca Song Cycle, for Mezzo-Soprano and Piano accompaniment, Duration 25 minutes

2003 An American Saxophone Quartet, in three movements, Duration 18 minutes
2003 Kabala, Concerto for Solo Tympanist, Percussion Ensemble and Electronics, Duration 15 minutes.

Major Teachers

Composition Perry Goldstein, Daniel Weymouth George Brunner, Tania Leon, David Berger, Gary Fagin

Composition Daniel Weymouth, Daria Semegen, Zachary Seldess

Film Scoring Ira Newborn, Scott Smalley, Sonny Kompanek

Conducting Otto Werner Mueller, Vincent La Silva, Gary Fagin,
Steven Crawford

Jazz Studies Garry Dial, Arturo O’Farrill, Dave Berger, Joan Stiles

Arranging David Berger, Don Sebesky, Gary Fagin, Sonny Kompanek

Piano Adele Marcus, Dean Elder, German Diez

Organ John Schuder, MacNeil Robinson

Music Ministry

2004-Present St. Fortunata Roman Catholic Church, East NewYork, Brooklyn New York (2004-Current)
Director of Music Ministry, Choir Master and Organist

1990-1995 Our Lady Of Grace Roman Catholic Church, Howard Beach, New York Director of Music Ministry, Choir Master and Organist

1987-1989 St. Nicholis of Tolentine Bronx, New York,
Director of Music Ministry, Choir Master and Organist,
Member of the Parish Staff and Steering Committee

1995-Present Diocesan Services, Diocese of Brooklyn, New York
• Music Minister for Foreign Language Masses on The Prayer Channel
• Music Minister at Diocesan Memorial services

Musical Director/Conductor

2007-2008 Co-Director and Accompanist for the All City High School Chorus: New York, NY

1997-1999 Conductor/Director of the Contemporary Music Chamber Players at Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York

1998 Musical Director/Arranger/and Pianist for Off-Broadway Production of Fay Tishman’s Play it By Ear.

1996 Little Shop of Horrors, a BCBC production, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York

1994-1997 Gateway Playhouse Summer Stock Bellport Long Island
• A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum;
• Brigadoon;
• West Side Story;
• The Wiz;
• Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat;


2002 Concerto America by Charles Strouse for the Boston Pops, Boston Massachusetts A piano Concerto commissioned by Jeffrey Biegel, premiered at Symphony Hall, under the direction of Mr. Keith Lockhart

2001 Islamey by M. Balakriev, for the American Symphony Orchestra, New York, New York
A solo piano work arranged for piano and orchestra, premiered at Avery Fischer Hall

1997-1999 Pennsy Pops Orchestra, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Arranger and Pianist for productions: Pops on Broadway; The Pennsy Pops Play Gershwin; Christmas with the Pennsy Pops;
Danse Sacre et Profane for Harp and Strings, arranged for full Orchestra and Harp

Selected List of Performances

2003-Current Summer Arts Institute of New York City Dept. Of Education
2012 Organist, American Symphony Orchestra Carnegie Hall for
the George Crumb Gala Concert

2012 Winner of the Skirball Film Music Competition for Anna

2011 Toon Tunes and Trikfilms Conductor for NYU Film Live Music and Movies Concert
2001-Current Active Bi- Semester Performances of High School Concerts

2008 Carnegie Hall, New York, NY, Accompanist for All City Chorus

2007 Zankel Hall Carnegie Hall, New York, NY, Accompanist for All City Chorus

2007-2008 Avery Fisher Hall, New York, NY, Accompanist to All City Chorus

2008 Alice Tully Hall, New York, NY, Accompanist to All City Chorus

2004 International Ear-Fest Electro -Acoustic Music Festival Stonybrook, NewYork

2002-2003 Royal Irish Academy of Music Dublin, Ireland Brooklyn College Percussion Ensemble

2001 Faculty Recital Series at Brooklyn College

1998-2001 International Electro-Acoustic Music Festival at Brooklyn College

1998 Villanova Jazz Festival at Villanova University

1997 Mt. Washington Hotel and Resort Concert and Chamber Series Bretton Woods, NH

1996 Trinity Church Concert Series New York, NY

1995 Steinway Reformed Church sponsored by the Goliard Concerts Astoria NY

1995 The 76 Street Unitarian Church New York, NY Contemporary Concert Series

1994 Central Park Concert Series New York, NY

1995-Present Greenwich Music House New York, NY

Awards in Leadership

April 2011 Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education recipient of the Academic Chord in achievement in high honors in Graduate School
June 2009 Yale University Distinguished Music Educators Award

2002-2008 Stonybrook University PHD Composition Program Full Scholarship

June 1998 Who’s Who in American Colleges

1984-1986 The Dean’s List

Individual Awards

June 2009 Long Island City High School Percussion Ensemble NYSSMA Level III Outstanding Perfect Score

June 2009 Long Island City High School Saxophone Quartet NYSSMA Level III Outstanding Perfect Score

June 2008 Long Island City High School Concert Choir NYSSMA Level VI Gold

June 2005 Long Island City High School Concert Choir NYSSMA Level VI Gold with Distinction

National Events

2004-2007 Music-In-Eduction National Consortium/Learning Laboratory School Network New England Conservatory of Music affiliated with the Boston Symphony Orchestra Founding Member

2005 Classic Concerts Long Island City High School Concert Choir performance with Bucknell University Choir and National Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Will Kessling; Washington, DC

Professional Memberships

Seamus, Electro-Acoustic Music Association, New York
Society of Composers and Conductors, New York and Minnesota
Film Institute and Film Network Association, Los Angeles, CA
MEANYC New York, New York
IMENC, New York
Musicians Union Local 802, New York
ASCAP, American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers,
New York,
Society of Composers and Lyricists
JMT, Journal of Music Theory, Duke University
American Music Composers Guild, New York
American Composers Forum, Minnesota, St. Paul
National Pastoral Musicians DMMD, Washington D.C.


Dr. Daniel Weymouth Ms. Pat Glunt
Departmental Chair Of Music Department Chair (retired)
SUNY Stonybrook Long island City H.S.
631-632-7330 718 672 1121

Dr. Perry Goldstein Mr. David LaMorte
Full Professor in Composition Executive Dir..
SUNY Stonybrook Summer Arts Institute
631-632-7345 Tottenville High School Dept. of Visual and Perf. Arts
718 356 2220 xt1303

Dr. William Skoog Ms. Barbara Murray
Department Chair of Music Office of Arts and Special
Rhodes College Projects Director
2000 North Parkway Memphis,
TN. 38112 212 356 8565
901 843 3000