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Professor and Department Chair of Fine Arts and Music
PhD, New York University, 2006
Bachelor of Arts, Columbia University, 2000
Daniel Beliavsky, Ph.D., is an educator, concert pianist, music theorist, composer, and filmmaker. He has performed in Europe and throughout the United States with both orchestra and in recital, and has released three commercial CD recordings, including the world-premiere complete collection of composer Lukas Foss’s piano works. Daniel produces music documentaries through his production company, Opus1films (www.opus1films.com), which in 2011 released Sonata (1957), a film about the distinguished American composer Donald Harris’s opus one, the Sonata for piano, and about Harris’s early career in Paris. That film has been screened at Lincoln Center in New York City, and has been broadcast on public television. Daniel is now completing production of a film about Pulitzer Prize winning composer David Del Tredici and the contemporary social and cultural impact of his music. Daniel has been a visiting professor of music theory, piano performance, aesthetics, writing about music, and history at several universities, including The City College of New York, The John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, Mannes College, and New York University. He is now Chair of the Fine Art and Music Department at Yeshiva University.

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Spring 2018
Applied Musical Study
MUS 4111
Spring 2018
Chromatic Harmny/Counterpnt II
MUS 2114
Spring 2018
Chromatic Harmony/Counterpoint
MUS 2113
Spring 2018
Classical Early Romantic His
MUS 1351
Spring 2018
Ear Training I
MUS 2111L
Spring 2018
Ear Training II
MUS 2112L
Spring 2018
Ear Training III
MUS 2113L
Spring 2018
Ear Training IV
MUS 2114L
Spring 2018
Music Fundamentals
MUS 2105
Spring 2018
Performance: Chamber Music
MUS 3462