Michael Rosin grew up in Westfield, NJ. He is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree in Music Composition at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He is the Graduate Assistant for the Theory and Musicianship Department, where he tutors and teaches music theory. Rosin holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Composition and Theory from the John J. Cali School of Music at Montclair State University. He has received multiple awards for his compositions, and has written for many ensembles including full orchestra, string orchestra, chamber groups, choir and solo instruments. In the past, Rosin was the Music Director and Organist at Christ Episcopal Church in Teaneck, and has been an Outreach Director and piano teacher at RMC Studios. He is a blogger/writer for the WQXR/WFMT radio show “Exploring Music,” and has written program notes and preconcert lectures for the New Jersey Festival Orchestra. Rosin recently accepted the position of Music Director at the First Baptist Church in Westfield, New Jersey, and will assume the position after his graduation in May 2016. He looks forward to the premiere of a new chamber work and orchestral work performed by the New Jersey Festival Orchestra this coming Fall 2016.
For more information about Michael, check out his website.
Michael Rosin – ISS One Year
for violin, violin, viola, cello