Thomas Leeb
InstrumentalArts: Guitar
thomasleeb@calarts.edu
661-253-7816
B322

Thomas Leeb, BFA CalArts 2003 “Thomas Leeb played his first solo concert at the age of fifteen and released his first acoustic guitar album at seventeen. Leeb is a frequent performer at concerts and festivals in Asia, the Americas, Europe and Africa and has been featured in guitar... Continue reading »

Stephen Lehman
Performer-Composer, Jazz
slehman@calarts.edu
661.253.7816
B317

Described as “a state-of-the-art musical thinker” and a "dazzling saxophonist,” by The New York Times, Steve Lehman (b. New York City, 1978) is a composer, performer, educator, and scholar who works across a broad spectrum of experimental musical idioms. Lehman’s pieces... Continue reading »

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 »

Marc Lowenstein
Roy E. Disney Family Chair in Musical Composition
Musical Arts Program / Experimental Pop
marc.lowenstein@calarts.edu
661.255.1050 x2065
B238

Marc Lowenstein is an active conductor, singer, composer, and teacher. He has conducted for the last two years on New York City Opera's VOX showcase festival leading workshops of his own, The Fisher King, Anne LeBaron’s Cresecnt City, and Jenny Johnson’s The Endings. He conducted 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 »

Bennie Maupin
Jazz: Saxophone
bmaupin@calarts.edu
661-253-7816
B322

Bennie Maupin's highly personal bass clarinet sound helped define such classic jazz recordings as Miles Davis' Bitches Brew, Jack Johnson, Big Fun and On the Corner, as well as recordings by Herbie Hancock's Mwandishi band, and the Headhunters. The multi-woodwind player has also recorded with... Continue reading »

* Faculty Emeritus
Part-time Faculty
First45678910111213Last