- Joanna Bosse
(b Chicago, Sept 20, 1945). American composer. She studied classical guitar, theory and composition with John Duarte at Oxford University, and composition with Jacob Druckman at the Juilliard School (1969–72) and Brooklyn College, CUNY (MA 1975). She began to compose computer music at Bell Laboratories with Ghent and Mathews (1973–9, 1984). Her teaching appointments have included positions at New York University, where she founded the computer music studio (1982–3), the Aspen Music Festival (1971–3) and Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York (1980–81). She has also served as artist-in-residence at the WNET Experimental Television Laboratory (1976). Her honours include awards from the Institute for Studies in American Music (1973–4), Meet the Composer (1975–7, 1979–80) and the New York Foundation for the Arts (1991–2). Her numerous articles appear in such publications as ...