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7-15-16
Sharpshooter chosen as a "Friday Faves" Staff Pick by Second Inversion

6-6-16
Featured Composer, ASEAN Music Week, Nanning, China

4-1-16
New Work commissioned by the Del Sol String Quartet

3-1-16
New Work Commissioned by the Boston Microtonal Society

2-1-16
New Work Commissioned by Music From China

7-6-15
Featured Composer, Thailand International Composition Festival

1-8-14
Feature Article in Pittsburgh City Paper

12-16-13
Q2 Music Album of the Week

10-29-13
2013-14 Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra "Composer of the Year".

10-1-13
Möbius Loop Compact Disc released on BMOP/sound.

4-11-13
Mathew Rosenblum has been named a 2013 Guggenheim Fellow.

4-1-13
Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences Residency

2-1-13
Yaddo Residency

10-1-12
New Work commissioned by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

9-20-12
Two Harmonies featured on WNYC's New Sounds.

9-20-12
Featured Composer, THE HARRY PARTCH LEGACY: Microtonal Constructions and Intercultural Dialogues SYMPOSIUM
AND FESTIVAL, New England Conservatoy of Music, Boston.

9-3-12
Circadian Rhythms Compact Disc released on New World Records.

9-8-11
Falling commissioned by the Barlow Endowment for the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble.

2-17, 20-11
Composer in Residence, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA.

11-12-10
Featured Guest Composer, Festival of Contemporary American Music, Sacramento.

3-1-10
Monodrama commissioned by Mary Nessinger.

1-20-09
New Work commissioned by Jean Kopperud and Tom Kolor for the Rated X Project.

12-1-08
New Work commissioned by Andrew Zientek.

11-26-08
Mathew Rosenblum has been awarded a fellowship to the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (VCCA) for May of 2009. The fellowship is supported by the Vira I. Heinz Endowment.

11-10-08
Mathew Rosenblum will be one of five Senior Faculty Composers at this year's June in Buffalo Festival and Conference. In addition to offering master classes and lectures about his music, Rosenblum will have three works (Maggies, Circadian Rhythms, and Under the Rainbow) performed by the New York New Music Ensemble, the Verge Ensemble, and faculty members of the University of Buffalo's Department of Music. Presented by the University of Buffalo's Department of Music and The Robert and Carol Morris Center for 21st Century Music, June in Buffalo, a festival and conference dedicated to composers, will take place from June 1-7, 2009 at the University of Buffalo.

8-25-08
New Work Commissioned by the Rascher Saxophone Quartet and the Calmus Ensemble Leipzig.

5-18-07
RedDust premiere weekend at the Andy Warhol Museum's "Off The Wall" Performance Art Series, May 18-20, 2007, produced by Opera Theater of Pittsburgh. Jonathan Eaton director, Kurt Ralske video, Attack Theater Dancers. Commissioned by Sequitur and Opera Theater of Pittsburgh.

12-2-06
New Work commissioned by the Harry Partch Institute at Montclair State University.

5/24/05
Words/Echoes commissioned by percussionist Michael Lipsey.

3-1-03
Multi-Media Chamber Opera RedDust, commissioned by Sequitur in conjunction with Opera Theater of Pittsburgh and Meet The Composer's Commissioning Music/USA Project 2003. [Read More]

4-1-03
Multi-Media Opera "Red Dust" receives Heinz Endowments Creative Heights Grant.

6-1-03
Double Concerto for Baritone Saxophone, Percussion, and Orchestra featuring Kenneth Coon, Timothy Adams, and the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, commissioned by the Fromm Foundation.

11-10-01
Featured Composer at ORCHESTRA TECH in NYC: Nü kuan tzu was performed by Speculum Musicae (Oct. 11, Merkin Hall) at the American Composers Orchestra's National Conference on Technology and the Orchestra, Oct. 10 - 14, 2001 in New York City. The conference brought together composers, performers, conductors, music professionals, technologists, and educators, for a series of performances, presentations, lectures and symposia. The conference was part of the ACO's Orchestra Tech, a multi-year initiative to explore and encourage the integration of technology into the modern orchestra and to stimulate the development of new symphonic music using new media and digital technology. Tod Machover, of the MIT Media Lab, serves as Artistic Advisor of Orchestra Tech.