Please visit the recordings page to hear samples of Joshua Feltman’s original works.

Reviews of Mr. Feltman’s work have been very positive. His music to accompany a collaborative project with experimental filmmakers was described as “elegant crossover style” by the Boston Globe.  Acclaimed as a work of “real emotional power” by San Francisco Classical Review, Feltman’s orchestral work Commute was a commission from the Oakland East-Bay Symphony.

More recent works include Shifty for orchestra and other commissions include The Ties that Bind for the New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra performed at Symphony Space in 2006.  ASCAP awarded Mr. Feltman a fellowship to the Aspen Film Scoring program as well as the Leonard Bernstein fellowship for Tanglewood in 2004.  His Marimba Sonata is published by Mostly Marimba and his wind ensemble work Kubla Khan was recorded by conductor William Drury for Albany Records.