Bob Gluck

Bob Gluck is a pianist, composer, rabbi, and author of two books published by University of Chicago Press, You’ll Know When You Get There: Herbie Hancock and the Mwandishi Band (2012) and The Miles Davis ‘Lost’ Quintet and Other Revolutionary Ensembles (2016). His essays address issues about music, race & identity, internationalizing the history of electronic music, and embodied musical cognition. Among the most recent of Gluck’s ten recordings is Infinite Spirit: Revisiting Music of the Mwandishi Band (FMR 2016, with Billy Hart, Eddie Henderson, and Christopher Dean Sullivan) and At this Time (Ictus 2017, with Tani Tabbal). His multimedia work has included the installation pieces "Sounds of a Community" (2001) and "Layered Histories" (with Cynthia Rubin). Bob Gluck is Professor of Music at the University at Albany.

University at Albany
Albany, United States
Focus area: Sound, Music, Analogue, Digital, Art History, Theory, Philosophy, Body, Anatomy, Self, Wearables, Electronics, Connected self, Psychology, Cognitive Studies