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Lindeman, Stephan D.



Stephan D. Lindeman (Steve Lindeman) is a Professor of music theory and analysis, jazz studies, and piano in the BYU School of Music.

Stephan D. Lindeman is from Columbus, Indiana where he attended Indiana University and gained a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies in 1977. After Indiana University, Lindeman attended Queens College, City University of New York, where he earned a Master's in Music Theory in 1984. Lindeman then graduated from Rutgers University in 1995 with a PhD in Music History and Theory. He has published a number of scholarly writings concerned with Felix Mendelssohn, the 19th century piano concerto, and jazz. He is also active as a jazz composer and pianist, performing with Q'd up, he BYU School of Music faculty quintet, and as a freelancer in the Salt Lake City area. He is married to Sharon Kessinger, an art teacher at Rowland Hall in Salt Lake City, and the proud parent of Scarlett, Sam and Jake.

BYU, College of Fine Arts and Communication, School of Music, Faculty and Staff, March 6, 2015 (BM, Jazz Studies, cum laude, Piano Concentration, Indiana University, 1977; MA, Music Theory, Queens College, City University of New York, 1984; PhD, Music History and Theory, Rutgers University, 1995; published on Felix Mendelssohn, the 19th century piano concerto, and jazz; performs with Q’d up; performs in Salt Lake as a freelance musician; married to Sharon Kessinger, art teacher at Rowland Hall in Salt Lake City; parent to Scarlett, Sam, and Jake)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Stephan D. Lindeman collection on the concerto and other materials

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 8677
Scope and Contents Contains materials collected by Lindeman on the concerto. There are also CDs of Lindeman playing solo or with Q'd Up, a jazz ensemble. The material on the concerto was compiled as research for Lindeman's publication, "The Concerto: A Research and Information Guide." The works and background of Alkan, Beethoven, Benedict, Bennett, Böhner, Boiëldieu, Burgmüller, Clementi, Cramer, Czerny, Dussek, Eberl, Field, Griffin, Henselt, Herz, Hiller, Hummel, Kalkbrenner, Kazeluch, Kreutzer, Litolff,...
Dates: approximately 1970-2010