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.
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