Carsten Schmidt

Künstlerische Abschlussprüfung “mit Auszeichnung,” Folkwang-Hochschule Essen, Germany. MM, Artist Diploma, Indiana University. MMA, DMA, Yale University. Extensive performance and broadcast activities as soloist, chamber musician, and soloist with orchestras throughout Europe, North America, and Japan; numerous master classes, lectures, and workshops at educational and research institutions. Special interests include: keyboard literature and performance practices; early keyboard instruments; the music of Ernst Krenek; the relationship of performance, analysis, hermeneutics, and recent gender studies; and the interaction of poetry and music in song repertoire. Member, artistic board, Volte Foundation for Chamber Music, the Netherlands; artistic director, International Schubert Festival 1997; research fellow, Newberry Library; fellow, German National Scholarship Foundation. SLC, 1998–

Courses taught in Music

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • Advanced Theory: Advanced Tonal Theory and Analysis
  • Advanced Theory: Continuo Playing
  • Intermediate and Advanced Aural Skills
  • Music of the Baroque
  • Orchestra Projects
2012-2013
  • Advanced Theory: Advanced Tonal Theory and Analysis
  • Awareness Through Movement® for Musicians
  • Baroque Ensemble
  • Evolution of a Performance
  • Keyboard Literature
  • Orchestra Projects
2011-2012
  • Advanced Theory: Beethoven
  • Awareness Through Movement™ for Musicians
  • Baroque Ensemble
  • Beethoven
  • Evolution of a Performance
  • Survey of Western Music

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