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Michael Goldberg: In Memoriam, December 24, 1924–December 30, 2007 by Klaus Kertess, Lucio Pozzi, Ellen Phelan, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Betsy Sussler, Luke Matthiessen & Gerald Jay Goldberg
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Michael Goldberg was our hero. Larger than life, he sauntered up to the plate and took on the mantle as our all-American myth because we needed a hero.

Michael Goldberg: In Memoriam, December 24, 1924–December 30, 2007 by Klaus Kertess, Lucio Pozzi, Ellen Phelan, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Betsy Sussler, Luke Matthiessen & Gerald Jay Goldberg
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Michael Goldberg was our hero. Larger than life, he sauntered up to the plate and took on the mantle as our all-American myth because we needed a hero.

Anthony Coleman by Michael Goldberg
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“Many people who study composition start out as improvisers in jazz or rock, working in bands on music that is not particularly notated. They hear some crazy and wild music and they want to figure out how it works; they hear a piece by Charles Ives or Cage or whatever, and then they want to be able to do that, but it comes out of a visceral impulse.” Anthony Coleman

John Zorn by Michael Goldberg
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The first pieces I heard of John Zorn’s were both titled Lacrosse, one from 1979 and the other from 1981. 

Lee Breuer by Michael Goldberg
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What does illusion, Kafka, Gospel music, Bunraku puppets, Sophocles, the Baroque and a dog named Rose have in common? Lee Breuer. One of our most gifted theatrical directors talks with painter Michael Goldberg.

Callagrande II by Michael Goldberg
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