Phillip Golub is a composer and pianist based in New York. His musical practice centers around rethinking the rehearsal process as a site of musical sociality and collective creation. Golub has released two albums with a band he co-leads called Tropos: Axioms // 75ab (Biophilia Records 2020) and Shadow Music (Endectomorph Music 2023). Golub’s solo piano debut, Filters, came out to critical acclaim on Greyfade Music in October 2022. He is also a member of Layale Chaker’s Sarafand Ensemble (Inner Rhyme, In a Circle Records (2019)). Golub performs in a variety of contexts with recent performances at Milton Court Concert Hall (London) and The Stone and National Sawdust (NYC). His music has been performed by ensembles such as Exaudi Vocal Ensemble, the Plus-Minus Ensemble, and at festivals such as SICPP, Hear Now, LCCMF, and others. He also has performed numerous times with the Cecil McBee Quartet. Golub was the musical dramaturg and music coordinator for … (Iphigenia), an opera born out of a collaboration by Wayne Shorter and esperanza spalding. He is also an advocate for independent music artists’ labor rights as a member and organizer with Music Workers Alliance.