David B. Levy, Professor, 1976 –

faculty-levyEmail: levy@wfu.edu

Phone: (336) 758-5107
Office: M312 Scales Fine Arts Center

BM, MA (Eastman), PhD/musicology (Rochester). NDEA Title IV fellow (1969-71), Deutsche Akademischer Austauschdienst fellow (1971-72) for study in Munich at Ludwig Maximillians Universität. NEH Summer Seminar at New York University (1988). Listed in Who’s Who in American Music. Author ofBeethoven: The Ninth Symphony (Schirmer Books, 1995; revised edition, Yale U P, 2003), winner ofChoice Academic Book of the Year. Author of Beethoven: The Nine Symphonies (Yale UP, forthcoming). Additional research on Beethoven, Berlioz, Wagner, music history and criticism in the nineteenth century. Contributor to Berlioz StudiesDictionnaire BerliozBeethoven ForumEssays on Music for Charles Warren Fox19th-Century MusicCMS Symposium,Historical Performance, and Music Library Association Notes; musicological/artistic advisor, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra (2002-03 season), program annotator for Winston-Salem Symphony (1980-present). Member of American Beethoven Society (advisory board), American Musicological Society (SE Chapter chairman, 1984-86, 2008-2010; representative to Council, 1981-83, 2010-12), College Music Society; Endowed Chair in Musicology, University of Alabama (2009). Teaches Music History, Beethoven, First Year Seminars, and Introduction to Western Music; Summer Graduate School Faculty, Eastman School of Music (Rochester, NY, 1996-2005). Chair, WFU Department of Music (1994-2006).Program Director, Flow House, Vienna, 2009-present.