Speaker - Robert Greenberg

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Robert Greenberg is a composer, musicologist, and teacher who has lectured extensively across North America and Europe on topics such as the chamber music of Mozart; understanding great concert works; the life and operas of Verdi; and the concerto and the symphony. Currently, he is music historian-in-residence with San Francisco Performances, the city’s premier presenter of chamber music, instrumental and vocal recitals, jazz, and contemporary dance, where he has lectured and performed since 1994. He is also the resident composer and music historian to National Public Radio’s “Weekend All Things Considered.” Dr. Greenberg has composed more than 40 works for a wide variety of instrumental and vocal ensembles. Among other honors, he was been awarded three Nicola De Lorenzo Prizes in composition, three Meet the Composer grants, and commissions from the Koussevitzky Foundation of the Library of Congress, and the Alexander String Quartet. He has served on the faculties of the University of California at Berkeley, California State University at Hayward, and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where he chaired the Department of Music History and Literature and served as the Director of the Adult Extension Division. Dr. Greenberg earned his B.A. in music from Princeton University, and earned a Ph.D. in music composition from the University of California at Berkeley.

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Music: Heart, Soul and Dollar - Robert Greenberg

08.13.07 | 01:11:50 min | 2 comments