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Charles Dodge

Charles DodgeVisiting Professor
DMA, MA Columbia University
BA University of Iowa

Inaugurated the graduate study of computer music at Columbia University where he taught in the music department from 1970-1980. Subsequently, he founded the Center for Computer Music at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and taught at the City University Graduate Center. He has received a Woodrow Wilson Graduate Fellowship and two Guggenheim Fellowships as well as numerous commissions and awards for his compositions. Dodge is best known for his many electro-acoustic works incorporating speech synthesis and for a series of works that combine computer music with live performance. With Thomas A. Jerse, he is co-author of the leading textbook in the field, Computer Music: Synthesis, Composition and Performance.

Last Updated: 10/29/08