Timothy H. Lindeman

Timothy Lindeman

Timothy Lindeman is Professor and Chair of the Music Department at Guilford College.  He teaches music theory, piano, music history, and world music. He received the Ph.D. in music theory with minors in piano and art history from Indiana University. He is well known as a writer, a scholar, a performer, and a lecturer.

Dr. Lindeman's most recent writing was an invited review of Kenneth Hamilton's book After the Golden Age: Romantic Pianism and Modern Performance, which was published in Symposium of the College Music Society. He has presented papers at several national music conventions.  For more than two decades he has written about the Triad music scene in both Triad Style and the News and Record, and most recently, for the on-line journal, CVNC.

In 2007 he was one of 23 critics from across the country to be accepted in the National Endowment for the Arts sponsored "Reviewing Classical Music and Opera," a 10-day seminar at Columbia University in New York City.

His primary research interest is Beethoven. He was one of twelve scholars to participate in an NEH seminar on Beethoven at Harvard University under the tutelage of Lewis Lockwood. He currently teaches an interdisciplinary senior seminar, "Beethoven: The Age of Revolution."

Tim is also an active pianist, giving both solo and collaborative recitals, usually with his soprano wife, Nancy Walker.  They have performed throughout the US and in Europe.

Articles by Timothy H. Lindeman:

Eastern Chamber Players Bring an Argentinian Flavor to EMF

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 24, 2017

Eastern Chamber Players Feature Clarinet Works at EMF

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 17, 2017

Outstanding "Russian Tableaux" with Midori at EMF

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 8, 2017

EMF Concert Features Beethoven and Brahms

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  June 30, 2017

Á la Carte Provides Feast at First Presbyterian Greensboro

Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 27, 2017

A Symphonic Odyssey with the Winston-Salem Symphony

Choral Music, Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 2, 2017

Masleev and Greensboro Chamber Series Thrills with Rachmaninoff Works

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  January 20, 2017

Winston-Salem Symphony Presents Music in the New World

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  January 10, 2017

Sitkovetsky and Friends Provide a Magical Evening of Mozart

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  November 4, 2016

GSO and UNCG Symphony Collaborate in "War and Peace Reimagined"

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  September 29, 2016

Chamber Potpourri at Eastern Music Festival

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 13, 2015

54th Eastern Music Festival Opens with Mozart, Dvořák, and Tchaikovsky

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  June 29, 2015

Brahms — String Sextet (and Mozart, too)

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  May 15, 2015

Bel Canto Company Takes Us from Darkness to Light

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 18, 2015

GSO Chamber Ensemble Presents Stunning Metamorphosen

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  January 25, 2015

A Night in Vienna!

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  January 10, 2015

Family Comes First at the GSO

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  September 25, 2014

Bel Canto Company Celebrates Jewish Culture with "Shalom"

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 26, 2014

An Evening with Joshua Bell

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  March 4, 2014

Weber, Beethoven, and Rachmaninoff from the GSO and Guests

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  February 27, 2014

Rach 2 with Shaham in Winston-Salem

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  February 8, 2014

1st of 2 Reviews: Diamonds in the Rough from the GSO

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  January 23, 2014

Handel's Messiah

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  December 17, 2013

A Fireside Holiday with Bel Canto

Choral Music, Holiday Concert Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  December 14, 2013

All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914

Musical Theatre, Vocal Ensemble Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  November 21, 2013

Greensboro Symphony's Friends and Admirers

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  November 7, 2013

In Greensboro: Noble & Sentimental

Recital Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  October 4, 2013

An Invitation to the Dance from the Greensboro Symphony

Dance, Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  October 3, 2013

An Evening of Boisterous Bach

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 24, 2013

Gubaidulina & Bruckner: Unlikely Partners

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 12, 2013

EMF Pianists Pay Tribute to Van Cliburn

Recital Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  June 26, 2013

Headed Home: A Celebration of Local Composers

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 27, 2013

Choirs in Raleigh Expressively Convey the Lenten Story

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  March 17, 2013

Bel Canto Reminds Us 'Tis the Season

Choral Music, Holiday Concert Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  December 1, 2012

New Music for Chamber Orchestra

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  September 28, 2012

Sitkovetsky Celebrates with the Sublime and the Strausses

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  September 27, 2012

EMF Chamber Music: Two Duos and Two Trios

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 9, 2012

1st of 2 REVIEWS: Hot Days, Cool Nights for Bel Canto

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 28, 2012

Sitkovetsky Leads Prokofiev and Dvorák: Unlikely Bedfellows

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  February 24, 2012

A Baroque Bouquet

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  February 23, 2012

The Holly and the Ivy; A Seasonal Offering from the Bel Canto Company

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  December 10, 2011

Christmas with the Winston-Salem Symphony at Old Salem

Chamber Orchestra, Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  December 3, 2011

Ray Chen Plays Tartini, Brahms, and Dvořák

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  November 11, 2011

Great Day! For Bel Canto

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  October 1, 2011

Beethoven, Schumann and a Bonus

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  September 23, 2011

"Carnegie" Chamber Music: Almost All-Russian, Almost All-20th Century

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 19, 2011

Stravinsky's "Soldier's Tale" by Sitkovetsky

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  May 6, 2011

Greensboro Symphony's Last European Stop: Salzburg

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  May 5, 2011

Family Reunion and Homecoming: Sitkovetskys and Malina

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  March 31, 2011

Roman Holidays featuring Violinist Yura Lee

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  January 20, 2011

Rejoice!

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  December 11, 2010

Mozart's Fantastical Magic Flute

Opera Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  November 6, 2010

Rice Toyota "Sitkovetsky & Friends" Chamber Series

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  October 22, 2010

Moscow Nights with Sitkovetsky and the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  October 21, 2010

Greensboro Symphony Rice Toyota Chamber Series: Sitkovetsky and Friends

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  September 24, 2010

Eastern Festival Orchestra: Tchaikovsky and Mahler

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 17, 2010

EMF Young Artists Orchestra: Multer, Mendelssohn, and Much More

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 15, 2010

EMF Carnegie Chamber Music, Playing in Threes: A Big Bang and Two Chamber Jewels

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 13, 2010

Magnolia Baroque Festival: Exploring Love and Death in 17th Century France

Early Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  June 18, 2010

UNCG Focus on Piano Literature: Ann Schein's Illuminating Pianism

Chamber Music, Recital Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  June 5, 2010

Sitkovetsky and Friends: The Trout and Some Unusual Fare

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  May 21, 2010

Divided We Stand - Bel Canto Joins Forces with UNCG Chamber Singers

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 24, 2010

French Chamber Music Spotlights Young Artists

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  March 26, 2010

A Different Side of the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra: Mozart and More

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  February 19, 2010

Time for Three Goes Chamber

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  January 22, 2010

Out of the Orient Crystal Skies - Bel Canto Ushers in the Holiday Season

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  December 11, 2009

Greensboro Opera Company's La traviata: An Innovative Theatrical Performance

Opera Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  November 13, 2009

My Spirit Sang All Day - Bel Canto Kicks Off Its 27th Season

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  October 17, 2009

Felix Mendelssohn, Andrew Willis and an 1841 Bösendorfer Piano

Recital Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  October 16, 2009

Emanuel Ax Helps Celebrate the GSO's Birthday - Greensboro Symphony Orchestra’s 50th Season

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  September 25, 2009

Carolina Summer Music Festival's Jazzy Side

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  August 22, 2009

Today's Young Stars Come Out at the Eastern Music Festival

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 30, 2009

Variety Adds Spice to Chamber Concert

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 21, 2009

Eastern Music Festival: Chinese "Opera" Meets Beethoven and Dvorák

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 13, 2009

Melodious Mendelssohn and Massive Mahler - & More

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 11, 2009

Beethoven's Furious Fifth and Moody Mahler

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 9, 2009

Eastern Music Festival Presents Carnegie Chamber Music

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 7, 2009

Eastern Music Festival Presents Chamber Music at UNCG

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  June 29, 2009

The Musical Planets

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  May 7, 2009

Telephone Success and Tahitian Trouble

Opera Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  May 1, 2009

The Takács String Quartet with Marc-André Hamelin, Pianist

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 16, 2009

Greensboro Symphony Orchestra Concert

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 4, 2009

Greensboro Symphony Rice Toyota Chamber Series: Sitkovetsky and Friends

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 3, 2009

Greensboro Symphony Rice Toyota Chamber Series: Sitkovetsky and Friends

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  January 30, 2009

Holiday Concert: Greensboro Symphony Orchestra

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  December 19, 2008

Home for the Holidays: Bel Canto Company

Choral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  December 6, 2008

Greensboro Symphony Rice Toyota Chamber Series: Soviet Artists

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  September 26, 2008

EMF: Two Griegs, a Mahler, and a Full House

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 19, 2008

EMF: Chamber Music at Guilford College

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  July 15, 2008

Magnolia Baroque Festival: The Triumph of Love

Dance-Theatre, Early Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  June 21, 2008

UNCG Piano Literature Symposium, Part II: Wandering Off the Beaten Path

Recital Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  June 6, 2008

UNCG Piano Literature Symposium

Recital Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  June 5, 2008

NC School of the Arts: Street Scene

Musical Theatre Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  May 10, 2008

Rice Toyota Sitkovetsky & Friends Chamber Series

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  May 2, 2008

Greensboro Symphony Orchestra: Gift of the Magi

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  May 1, 2008

Greensboro Symphony Orchestra: Verdi's Requiem

Choral Music, Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  November 10, 2006

Rice Toyota Sitkovetsky & Friends Chamber Series at the UNCG School of Music Recital Hall

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  October 21, 2005