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Overview


Joshua Stauffer

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Overview


Joshua Stauffer

 

Guitarist & theorbist specializing in new music, improvisation, and continuo.

 

 

Joshua Stauffer enjoys a diverse career performing classical, jazz, and improvised music. He is a founding member and executive director of Time Canvas, a Cleveland-based trio performing new, early, and improvised music. He also is a member of the new music ensemble Five One Experimental Orchestra. In addition to his work with various ensembles, Joshua performs extensively as a freelance guitarist throughout northeast Ohio, and is a performing artist-in-residence at both Metrohealth and the Cleveland Clinic.

Joshua is currently a student of Jason Vieaux at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where he is pursuing a Masters of Music. He graduated with honors from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with a bachelor’s degree in jazz performance. He has performed throughout the Northeastern United States, in both Asia and Europe, and has worked on cruise ships in the Caribbean and Mediterranean. He has also performed live on the Cleveland radio station WCLV. Joshua holds a faculty position at the Aurora School of Music, and lives in Cleveland with his wife, violinist Chiara Fasani. Joshua performs on a 2007 Gary Southwell A-Series.

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In Concert


In Concert


In Concert

 

As an artist-in-residence at Metrohealth and the Cleveland Clinic, Joshua can be found performing weekly throughout their various campuses. For an updated schedule of where to find Joshua in concert as a part of these programs, visit the following websites:

Metrohealth Music Schedule

Cleveland Clinic Music Schedule


Joshua's 2016-17 concert season included performances with the Columbus Symphony, CityMusic Cleveland, Notre Dame's Sacred Music program, in recital at the Cleveland Institute of Music, and concerts with Case Western Reserve University's Historical Performance program, among others.

Highlights from the 2015-16 season included appearances at Height's Arts as a part of their 'Close Encounters' series, with the Cleveland International Piano Competition as a part of their summer concert series, at the Otterbein Guitar Festival, M.U.S.I.C. Stars In the Classics, Hudson Library and Historical Society, and in recital at Mixon Hall at the Cleveland Institute of Music, among others.

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