David Dubal

College Division

College Division: 

  • Graduate Studies

Evening Division

Evening Division: 

  • History and Appreciation

Contact Information

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Born in Cleveland, OH

Music director, WNCN radio, N.Y.C., 1967-90. Winner, George Foster Peabody Award. First recipient, ASCAP/Deems Taylor Award for innovative broadcasting. Host, WQXR's weekly series The American Century, 1999. Author, Reflections From the Keyboard; Conversations With Menuhin; The Art of the Piano; Evenings With Horowitz; Remembering Horowitz; The Essential Canon of Classical Music; The Dubal Collection of Interviews, U. of Maryland, 1994. Competition juries: Busoni; Casagrande; lecture series: Van Cliburn Competition, 1989, 1993, 1997; Gillmore Festival. Recordings: Genesis, Musical Heritage. Video and DVD: The Golden Age of the Piano, Philips Classics, 1994 Emmy winner. Editor, American Piano Music, International Music; recitals/master classes, Israel, Brazil, Switzerland, Canada, Korea. Housewright Eminent Scholar Chair, Florida State U., 1993.

Degrees and Studies

Ohio State U.; Diploma, The Juilliard School. Honorary Doctor of Music, SUNY-Oneonta, 2006.

The Juilliard School

Faculty since 1983; Evening Division since 1985.