Danielle Reidy Dobkin

DMA Student in Composition

Danielle Dobkin is a sound artist and composer who works with installation, modular synthesis, handmade circuits, live electronic improvisation, and on interdisciplinary projects with dancers, poets, visual artists, and musicians. Her work has been performed at venues in Philadelphia and New York, including Mom’s Gallery, Qspace, and Transducer Fest. She has served as a teaching assistant and guest lecturer/instructor at Columbia University, Bard College, and the Hartt School, with coursework covering production and reproduction, acoustics, psychoacoustics, sound design, contemporary electronics, and music software. After graduating from Bard, where she studied under Bob Bielecki, Marina Rosenfeld, and Richard Teitelbaum, Dobkin completed an MFA degree in sound arts at Columbia University, where she is currently pursuing a doctorate in musical arts.