Timothy H. Lindeman

Timothy Lindeman

Timothy H. Lindeman is Professor of Music Emeritus at Guilford College, where he served as Chair for more than 20 years. He taught music theory, piano, music history, world music, and an interdisciplinary course on Beethoven and the artists of the time. 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.

He is a published author and has presented papers at several national music conventions. For more than a two decades he has written about the Triad music scene in both Triad Style, the News and Record, and for the on-line journal, Classical Voice of North Carolina. His most recent reviews can read be at www.cvnc.org.

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 ten-day seminar housed 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. As an outcome, he designed an interdisciplinary senior seminar, "Beethoven: The Age of Revolution."

Tim is an active pianist, giving both solo and collaborative recitals, usually with his soprano wife, Nancy Walker, a Professor of Voice Emerita at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. They have performed throughout the US, in China, and in Europe.

In his spare time, Tim likes to cook, exercise, walk the dog (Fanny), and spend time with his two daughters, Kelsey, a veterinarian technician in Greensboro, and Chloe, a Ph.D. student in physics at the University of Chicago. (Both are musically inclined....)

Articles by Timothy H. Lindeman:

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The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra Journeys Through Beethoven and Other Favorites

Music, Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  December 16, 2021

À la Carte Presents an Advent Concert for All

Chamber Music, Holiday Concert Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  December 5, 2021

UNCSA with Thomas Wilkins: Mahler 5!

Music, Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  November 20, 2021

Music for a Great Space Season Anew Presents the Telegraph String Quartet

Chamber Music, Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  November 19, 2021

Winston-Salem Symphony Perform Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1 with Michael Lewin

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  November 13, 2021

Music for a Great Space "Season Anew" Presents Aaron Diehl, Piano and Organ

Jazz, Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  October 22, 2021

UNC School of the Arts Presents Sphinx Virtuosi: Tracing Visions

Chamber Music, Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  October 5, 2021

Music of Classical Masters in Full Swing with Jazz Classique

Chamber Music, Jazz Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  August 18, 2021

Charlotte Symphony Comes back with Violinist Simone Porter & Live Audience

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  June 5, 2021

Charlotte Symphony Streams Beethoven and Schubert for Virtual Audience

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  May 22, 2021

NCS Plays Program Focused on Beethoven before Live Audience

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  May 8, 2021

Asheville Chamber Music Series Concludes Season with Neave Piano Trio

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 23, 2021

NC Symphony Plays Copland and Mozart with Guest Conductor Andrew Grams

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  April 17, 2021

NC Symphony Takes Us Out to the Movies

Orchestral Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  March 27, 2021

Music for a Great Space Presents ZOFO Piano Duo

Recital Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  March 19, 2021

Carolina Pro Musica: The Flowering of the English Baroque

Chamber Music, Early Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  February 27, 2021

Quatuor Arod Performs Quartets by Beethoven and Schubert in Duke Performance Series

Chamber Music Review by Timothy H. Lindeman,  February 6, 2021