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Robert Greenberg, PhD

ROBERT GREENBERG, PHD, is an American composer, pianist, and musicologist. He has composed more than 45 works for a variety of instruments and voices and has recorded a number of lecture series on music history and music appreciation for The Teaching Company. Greenberg has received numerous awards, including three Nicola De Lorenzo Prizes in composition, and three Meet the Composer grants. Additionally, he has received commissions from the Koussevitzky Foundation of the Library of Congress, the Alexander String Quartet, XTET, and the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players. He has lectured for some of the most prestigious musical and arts organizations in the U.S. and is the resident composer and music historian for National Public Radio’s “Weekend All Things Considered.” He also hosts the "Saturday Morning Series" (a lecture combined with performances) with the Alexander String Quartet.

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BT12 Keynote 02 – Beethoven: Revolution, Reinvention, and Innovation with Attitude! – Robert Greenberg, PhD

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Brief Therapy Conference |  Brief Therapy Conference 2012
Robert Greenberg
59 Minutes
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Original Program Date:
Dec 08, 2012
Short Description:
Louis (Ludwig) van Beethoven (1770-1827) was product of a violently dysfunctional upbringing. In the fall of 1802, at just the time his name and fame were beginning to spread across Europe, he suffere...

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