Faculty

Mike Leisz
Music Technology: Interaction, Intelligence and Design (MTIID)
mleisz@calarts.edu
661-253-7816
B322

Mike Leisz is a Los Angeles based visual artist who's work revolves around the perceptual systems of computing technology. His work has been exhibited internationally at Tate Modern Britain, Ars Electronica, and the Artec Adressaparken research park in Trondheim, Norway. Continue reading »

Edwin Livingston
Faculty, School of Music
elivingston@calarts.edu

Bassist/Composer/Educator He has performed and/or recorded with: Elvin Jones, Ellis, Delfeayo, and Jason Marsalis, The Headhunters, Los Hombres Calientes (Grammy nominated Latin Jazz album), Bill Summers, Munyungo Jackson, Donald Harrison, Jr., Alvin Batiste, Ronnie Laws, D.J. Logic, John... Continue reading »

Marc Lowenstein
Experimental Pop
marc.lowenstein@calarts.edu
661-255-1050 x2065
B238

Marc has taught at CalArts since 1996, and teaches courses centered around a humanistic approach to Music Theory and composition. He has a CalArts Coursera Class called ‘Approaching Music Theory’ and loves talking about Music Theory and the fact that it doesn’t really exist.... Continue reading »

Lily Guarneros Maase
Experimental Pop
lmaase@calarts.edu
661-253-7816
Room: B322

Guitarist, composer, arranger and musical director Lily Maase was born in Corrales, New Mexico and educated at the University of North Texas and  California Institute of the Arts.  She is the daughter of session guitarist and educator Steve Maase (1946-2016), whose roots in the... Continue reading »

Tisha Mabee-Goldstein
InstrumentalArts: Harpsichord, Piano and Organ
tmabee@calarts.edu
661-253-7816
B322

As a gifted solo recitalist and ensemble performer, harpsichordist PATRICIA MABEE has been hailed regularly by audiences and critics for her virtuosity, flawless technique, and outstanding performances. She has been featured frequently as a soloist with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, where... Continue reading »

Kozue Matsumoto
Japanese Ensemble
kmatsumoto@calarts.edu
661 253 7816
B322

Born and raised in the Tohoku (東北) area in Japan and having lived in Tokyo as well, Kozue is now based in the Los Angeles area. She has played the koto since she was three years old under Ikuta-ryu (生田流) Miyagi-kai (宮城会) and holds a semi-master title (準師範). She has also played the shamisen and... Continue reading »

* Faculty Emeritus
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