Dr. Randall Goldberg
Director, School of Music
Randall Goldberg is Associate Professor and Director of the School of Music at Cal State Fullerton. His research focuses on the music of Jewish immigrants in America, and he has presented on this topic at the Conference on Jewish Music and Jewish Identity (2014), which he co-organized and hosted in Youngstown (OH), national and regional meetings of the American Musicological Society, and as a featured presenter at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. His work appears in Musica Judaica, Journal of Jewish Identities, and Notes. In addition to Jewish musical studies, Goldberg co-edited Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s 1775 St. Luke Passion and 1783 St. Luke Passion for CPE Bach: The Complete Works (Packard Humanities Institute). He is also a contributor to the Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages and a former President of the American Musicological Society-Allegheny Chapter.
Dr. Goldberg’s academic studies include earning the Bachelor of Music (University of Texas) and Master of Music (New England Conservatory) in Guitar Performance and the Ph.D. in Musicology (Indiana University). Before coming to Fullerton, he served as Director of the historic Dana School of Music at Youngstown State University, where he also taught courses in music history and directed the Early Music Ensemble.