Antoni Pizà

Antoni Pizà, born in Felanitx, Mallorca in 1962, is a musicologist.[1] After receiving a PhD at the Graduate Center of CUNY in 1994, he taught music history at Hofstra University in Long Island, at various colleges in CUNY, and at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de las Islas Baleares (Conservatory of Music and Dance, Palma). He is currently the director of the Foundation for Iberian Music and a member of the doctoral faculty in music at the Graduate Center of CUNY.[2][3] Since the 2000s, he has curated a series of musical events at the Graduate Center featuring well-known musicians and authors, including Charles Rosen, Philip Glass, Claire Chase, David Harrington, Roger Scruton, Greil Marcus, Richard Taruskin, Paul Griffiths, and others.[4]

BibliographyEdit

  • Pizà, Antoni (2012). La dansa de l'arquitecte (in Spanish). Muro: Ensiola. ISBN 9788493914875.
  • — (2012). En la república del ruido: Crónicas musicales de Nueva York (in Spanish). Palma: Documenta. ISBN 9788415432180.
  • — (2010). Nits simfòniques (in Spanish). Muro: Ensiola. ISBN 9788493712983.
  • — (2007). William J. Summers; Craig H. Russell; Antoni Gili (eds.). J.B. Sancho: Pioneer Composer of California. Palma de Mallorca: Universitat de les Illes Balears. ISBN 9788476323427.
  • — (2006). Alan Lomax: Mirades Miradas Glances (in Spanish). Barcelona: Lunwerg / Fundacio Sa Nostra. ISBN 8497852710.
  • — (2003). El doble silenci: Reflexions sobre música i músics (in Spanish). Palma de Mallorca: Edicions Documenta Balear. ISBN 8495694859.
  • — (2002). Antoni Literes: Introducció a la seva obra (in Spanish). Palma de Mallorca: Edicions Documenta Balear. ISBN 8495694506.
  • —; Amengual, Bartomeu (2001). Bravo Joan Pons!: L’univers del baríton a Nova York (in Spanish). Palma de Mallorca: Documenta Balear. ISBN 8495694239. Prologue by Luciano Pavarotti.
  • — (2000). Francesc Guerau i el seu temps (in Spanish). Palma de Mallorca: Govern de les Illes Balears, Conselleria d'Educació i Cultura, Direcció General de Cultura, Institut d'Estudis Baleàrics. ISBN 8489868506.
  • — (1996). El music Joan Aulí (in Spanish). Felanitx, Mallorca: Centre Cultural, Ajuntament de Felanitx.
  • — (1994). The Tradition of Autobiography in Music (Thesis). Graduate Center, City University of New York.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Pizà 200
  2. ^ Foundation for Iberian Music
  3. ^ City University of New York. Faculty page: Antoni Pizà
  4. ^ —. "Music in 21st-Century Society". CUNY Graduate Center. Retrieved 3 January 2021.

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