National Association of Schools of Music faculty record report


Professor of Piano Coordinator, Primary and Secondary Piano Studies



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Professor of Piano

Coordinator, Primary and Secondary Piano Studies

Eastman School Historian


BM, MA, Eastman; additional studies, Teachers College, Columbia University. Various professional memberships including 15-year term as treasurer of New York State Music Teachers Association. Recipient, NYSMTA 25th Anniversary Award for Outstanding Service (1986), NYSMTA Citation (1992), Jack L. Frank Award (1998) for outstanding leadership at Eastman, and Eisenhart Award (2002) for excellence in teaching at Eastman. Recipient of the University’s Hutchison Medal for distinguished public service (2010). Board of Trustees, St. Bernard’s Seminary (1978-81); Board of Trustees, St. Bernard’s Institute (1981-83). Board member, Young Audiences of Rochester (1982-83) and Rochester Philharmonic Youth Orchestra (1996-2000). Coordinator of Eastman Piano Teachers Workshops for ten years. Lectures for various piano teacher groups, including appearances for NYSMTA and Music Teachers National Association. Research, lectures, publications on Rochester’s musical history. Research, lectures, publications on church music topics including articles in journals such as Sacred Music, Pastoral Music, The American Organist, The Hymn, Studia Liturgica, and Worship. Author of For the Enrichment of Community Life: George Eastman and the Founding of the Eastman School of Music (2005). Director of Eastman’s Community Education Division (1970-96), Senior Advisor to the Director on Liturgical Music (1996-2000), Administrator of the Piano Department (1998-2001). Faculty member, Eastman (1963-).

National Association of Schools of Music

FACULTY RECORD REPORT

(Required for each full-time and part-time faculty member)

Institution Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester

Name Liptak, David Date June 30, 2012

Rank (check one): None Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor

Instructor Teaching Assistant Other (check “None” if no rank system exists)



Tenure Status Tenured Tenure-track Non-tenured

Date of Appointment 1 July 1986

Nature of Assignment: Full-Time Part-Time – please indicate the fraction (e.g., ½, ¼, etc.)

Level of Teaching (check all that apply): Non-Degree-Granting – Elementary/Secondary Non-Degree-Granting – Postsecondary

Associate Baccalaureate Masters Doctoral



Administrative Position (if applicable):


  1. Education and Training

Degrees, Diplomas, etc.InstitutionDate Completed

or ExpectedMajor FieldMinor FieldBachelor of MusicDuquesne University1971PianoMaster of MusicEastman School of Music1975CompositionDoctor of Musical ArtsEastman School of Music1976Composition

  1. Teaching Assignment

1. If you give instruction in applied music in individual lessons, please supply the following information:

I teach (e.g. , piano, voice, composition) COMPOSITION . During the fall 2011 term, I devoted



7 clock hours to this type of teaching each week. (Spring 2012 academic leave.)

2. Please supply the following for lecture or ensemble courses you teach regularly over a three-year period. Include non-credit courses.



Course Number and TitleHours Credit

Per TermClock Hours of

Teaching Per WeekFall: CMP 251: Intermediate Orchestration21 hr. 50 min.Spr: CMP 252: Advanced Orchestration21 hr. 50 min.Fall or Spr: CMP 591 or 592: Doctoral Seminar31 hr. 50 min.Fall & Spr:

CMP 595 (Phd) or 596 (DMS): Dissertation Advising4 hrs.

  1. Biography and Curriculum Vitae

  2. Biography on reverse side of this sheet.

  3. Curriculum Vitae available on site.

NASM Faculty Record Report Eastman School of Music 2012


  1. David Liptak

  2. Professor of Composition


David Liptak was born in 1949 in Pittsburgh. His music has been described as “luminous and arresting,” “richly atmospheric,” and having “transparent textures, incisive rhythms, shimmering lightness.” His compositions have been performed by the San Francisco Symphony, the Montreal Symphony, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Youngstown Symphony, the Sinfonia da Camera of Illinois, the New England Philharmonic, the National Orchestral Association, the Eastman Wind Ensemble, the Group for Contemporary Music, EARPLAY, the Ying and Cassatt String Quartets, the Dinosaur Annex Ensemble, the New York New Music Ensemble, the 20th-Century Consort, and by many other soloists and ensembles.

Among his music found on recordings is Rhapsodies, commissioned for the Syracuse Society for New Music by the Meet the Composer/Readers Digest Consortium Commissioning Program, on the Innova CD American Masters of the 21st Century. Other recordings include two from Albany Records featuring music written for violinist Catherine Tait, and, with musicians from the Eastman School of Music in collaboration with those from the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg, his chamber piece Giovine vagha, i’ non senti. His music is also found recorded on Bridge Records, including a recording of his Forlane by guitarist David Starobin. A second Bridge recording from 2005 is entirely Liptak’s music, and includes recordings of his Ancient Songs, with baritone William Sharp and the Dinosaur Annex Ensemble, Serenade, with saxophone soloist Chen-Kwan Lin and a string ensemble conducted by Brad Lubman, and Broken Cries, with the Tarab Cello Ensemble. Ice Flowers, for violin and koto, appears on a Centaur recording featuring the duo “vio-LINK-oto.” In 1994, he received a commission from the Fromm Music Foundation for a trumpet concerto for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, which was premiered in 1996 with soloist Paul Merkelo. Among his recent work is Concerto for Viola and Percussion for violist John Graham; Quintet for Piano and String Quartet, which was premiered by the Finger Lakes Chamber Ensemble in Ithaca in 2006; Cold Litanies, a trio for flute, cello, and piano that was written for and premiered by Trio Xia; Sonata for Cello and Piano, written for cellist Steven Doane; and his String Quartet No. 2, written for the Cassatt Quartet and premiered by the ensemble in Philadelphia in 2003. His Folgore’s Months, a setting of 14th-century sonnets by the Italian poet Folgore da San Gimignano for soprano and wind ensemble, was premiered in 2009 by Mark Scatterday and the Eastman Wind Ensemble with soprano Tony Arnold.

In 1995 David Liptak was awarded the Elise L. Stoeger Prize, given by the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in recognition of distinguished achievement in the field of chamber music composition. His composition prizes include the 1986 Georges Enesco International Composition Competition and the 1978 Minnesota Orchestra 75th Anniversary Composers Competition; and he was a finalist in the 1982 St. Paul Chamber Orchestra Composition Competition, the 1989 Sudler International Competition for Wind Ensemble Composition, and the 2008 Sackler Composition Competition. Other distinctions include awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition, both in 2002; he has also received the 2006 Lillian Fairchild Award. His music is published by Keiser Classical, Alfred Music – Donald Hunsberger Wind Ensemble Library, and others.

A dedicated teacher of composition students for the past three decades, David Liptak is Professor of Composition at the Eastman School of Music, where he has taught since 1986. He makes his home in Rochester with his wife, violinist Pia Liptak.



National Association of Schools of Music

FACULTY RECORD REPORT

(Required for each full-time and part-time faculty member)

Institution Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester

Name Locke, Ralph Date June 30, 2012

Rank (check one): None Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor

Instructor Teaching Assistant Other (check “None” if no rank system exists)



Tenure Status Tenured Tenure-track Non-tenured

Date of Appointment 1 July 1975

Nature of Assignment Full-Time Part-Time – please indicate the fraction (e.g., ½, ¼, etc.)

Level of Teaching (check all that apply): Non-Degree-Granting – Elementary/Secondary Non-Degree-Granting – Postsecondary

Associate Baccalaureate Masters Doctoral



Administrative Position (if applicable)


  1. Education and Training

Degrees, Diplomas, etc.InstitutionDate Completed

or ExpectedMajor FieldMinor

FieldBachelor of ArtsHarvard University1970MusicMaster of ArtsUniversity of Chicago1974History & Theory of MusicDoctor of PhilosophyUniversity of Chicago1980History & Theory of Music: 1800 to the Present

B. Teaching Assignment

Please supply the following for lecture or ensemble courses you teach regularly over a three-year period. Include non-credit courses.



Course Number and TitleHours Credit

Per TermClock Hours of

Teaching Per WeekFall: MHS 122: Music & Society: 1730-1880

(2 sections)32 hrs. 30 min.Fall: MHS 122 Discussion Sections0taught by TAs; R. Locke supervises, also does visitations at timesSpr: MHS 590: Music and Western Society Since 1776-8931 hr. 50 min.Spr: MHS 590: 19th Century Opera: Italy & Beyond31 hr. 50 min.Spr: MUY 590/592: Musical Exoticism 1500-18003 or 42 hrs. 50 min.Spr: MUY 590/592: Exoticism & National Styles3 or 42 hrs. 50 min.

  1. Biography and Curriculum Vitae

  2. Biography on reverse side of this sheet.

  3. Curriculum Vitae available on site.

NASM Faculty Record Report Eastman School of Music 2012




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