Gerald Jay Markoe Biography (1941-)
Born March 22, 1941, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Henry Albert (a jewelry mold anddie maker) and Florence Marion (Goldstein) Markoe; children: Jeremy, Andra.Addresses: HOME--11 Fort George Hill, 13C, New York, NY 10040. AGENT--Biff Liff, William Morris Agency, 1350 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019.
Markoe is the discoverer of astro music which is based on planetary positionsand is the founder of astro musical research which produces astrology chartsin music. He has published numerous articles and he lectures and gives astromusical concerts. He is currently working on a book on this subject.
- Birth Details
- March 22, 1941
- Brooklyn, New York, United States
- Markoe has conducted District 12 Orchestra at Lincoln Center, NY, for three years, performed with the New York Philharmonic as well as with the Manhattan School of Music orchestra and chorus. He has led and performed in dance orchestras, including those of Lester Lanin, Meyer Davis, Steven Scott, and the Noblemen as vocalist, guitarist and bassist under the name Jerry Markoe. Hehas also played in cocktail lounges and piano bars as a one man orchestra.
- Charlotte Sweet, Hammond Records, 1984.
- MUSICAL STAGE WORKS,PERFORMED The Chinese Wall, Manhattan School of Music, 1968.
- incidental, one-man multitrack tape score, The Lion in Winter, Hunter College Auditorium, NY, 1969.
- Macbird, 1976.
- ragtime score, Indulgences in the Louisville Harem, Perry Street, NY, 1976.
- Punch and Judy, Perry Street, NY, 1976.
- The Black Princess, Lincoln Center, NY, 1976-77.
- incidental, one man multitrack tape score, Ethan Frome, St.
- Clements, NY, 1978.
- Alice in Wonderland, Hartley House, NY, 1978-83.
- Cinderella Update, Hartley House, NY, 1978-80.
- The Forgotten Treasure, Double Image, NY, 1978-80.
- Another Time (operetta), Lyric, NY, 1979.
- Ludlow Ladd, Lyric, 1979.
- Fair Play for Eve, American Theatre of Actors, 1979.
- C & W (country-western), American Theatre of Actors, 1980.
- Fair Play for Eve, 3 Muses, NY, 1980, Arena Players, Baltimore, MD, 1981.
- Forever Peter Pan (rock), 3 Muses, NY, 1981.
- Ludlow Ladd, New American, 1982-83.
- Charlotte Sweet, American Theatre of Actors, NY, 1982, Westside Arts Center, 1982-83, Virginia Stage Company, 1983, Chicago, 1984, Theatre Three, Dallas, 1984, Rochester, 1985.
- MUSICAL STAGE SCORES,PUBLISHED The Alchemist's Book, Samuel French, 1976.
- FILMS SCORES,PERFORMED Odds Are, CBS Films, 1982.
- Also educational films for Troll Associates, Eyegate Media, Imperial Films, McGraw-Hill, ABC-TV, Coronet Instructional Media, and the Learning Co-op,1974-76.