GEORGE BARTH

GEORGE BARTH

Senior Fellow, Center for the Study of First Principles

George Barth is Billie Bennett Achilles Director of Keyboard Programs and Professor of Music at Stanford University. As the director of Stanford’s keyboard programs in the Department of Music, his specializations include eighteenth- to twentieth-century performance practice and the piano music of Beethoven, Chopin, Brahms, Ives and Bartók. Along with his teaching and administrative responsibilities, Professor Barth pursues research interests ranging from eighteenth-century pedagogy to twentieth-century composition. His publications include The Pianist as Orator: Beethoven and the Transformation of Keyboard Style (Cornell University Press, 1992).

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    Zephyr Institute

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    What is a Human Being?

    March 27-29, 2015

    Carmel

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