Goodenberger, Mark

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Studies: Lewis & Clark College (Bachelor of Music Education) & University of Michigan (Master of Music Performance)

Mark Goodenberger, percussionist and composer, is the Director of Percussion Studies at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, WA. As a specialist in Symphonic and Chamber music, he has worked with composers such as Steve Reich, Libby Larsen, Chen Yi, George Crumb, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Elliott Carter, Lou Harrison, Zhou Long, Tomas Svoboda, Forrest Pierce, Mark Polishook and Chinary Ung, premiering many new works. He is also active as a baroque specialist, performing the kettledrums with the Portland Baroque Orchestra, Pacific Music Works, and Vancouver Early Music. Mark Goodenberger is a Yamaha Performing Artist, a member of the Vic Firth Education team, and is proud to endorse the Goodenberger G-LINE Mix marimba mallets made by Amy Putnam Mallets [1]

Works For Percussion by this Composer

Not What I Expected for marimba quartet
Glass Works for percussion quartet
Come Away for soprano and vibraphone
Brave Wind for horn and field drum
The Paris Pieces: 15 short works for solo marimba
Schism for solo marimba
Le Jardin De Monet for four marimbas
Budapest Nights (2018) solos for marimba and vibes
Budapest Romp (2018) for marimba quartet
Just The 4 Of Us