Madison Greenstone is a clarinetist currently based between New York City and San Diego.
She has performed as a featured artist of the Darmstadt Ferienkurse für Neue Musik and the Lucerne Festival Academy. Notable performances have been as a soloist presented by ISSUE Project Room, as part of the Merce Cunningham Centennial Night of 100 Solos in Los Angeles, in recital at the Vigeland Mausoleum (Oslo) and at the Fondation Abbaye Royaumont. Madison is the clarinetist of TAK Ensemble, a founding member of the [Switch~ Ensemble], and can be heard on Wandelweiser Editions, Another Timbre and TAK Editions Podcast.
Madison develops collaborative works that explore brend-based awareness in Hermetic Art Party with Anthony Vine (guitar and objects) and Katy Gilmore (projections). She works closely on creative projects and large-scale low-clarinets works with Michelle Lou. Further ongoing collaborations are with Timothy McCormack, John McCowen, members of the Harvard Group for New Music, and DAD (T.J. Borden and Michael Matsuno).
Madison is a doctoral candidate at UC San Diego, where she learns greatly from the mentorship of Anthony Burr and Charles Curtis. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Eastman School of Music where she studied with Kenneth Grant and Jon Manasse. Since 2012 she has pursued periodic studies with Ernesto Molinari within the framework of different festivals and masterclasses.