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Michael McCoy

Michael McCoy

Music Adjunct Faculty

Music and Performing Arts Professions

Michael McCoy is an orchestra librarian at The Juilliard School and head orchestra librarian for the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra. Michael is credited as editor of the 2011 publication of David Byrne’s album The Forest and Milton Babbitt’s Concerti for Violin, Orchestra, and Synthesized Sound, a newly discovered work that was premiered by the New Juilliard Ensemble in 2016.  As a copyist Michael has worked with Pat Metheny, Maria Schneider, Marcus Miller, Bobby McFerrin, Chris Botti, Renée Fleming, and Placido Domingo, among others. As a film librarian/copyist some of Michael’s credits are Disney’s Encanto, Netflix’s Tick, Tick…Boom and Don’t Look Up, and HBO’s Succession. Michael is also an avid bookbinder and has produced works for conductors such as Alan Gilbert, Louis Langrée, Fabio Luisi, Gerard Schwarz, and Joel McNeely.


Currently teaching:

MPATC-GE 2429 - Music Notation


Screen Scoring

Learn to write music for today’s media industry through rigorous course work, collaborations with schools throughout NYU, and recording opportunities.

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