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David Breitman, fortepiano

David Breitman directs the Historical Performance Program at Oberlin, teaching fortepiano, clavichord, and​ performance practice. He is equally at home with the fortepiano and the modern piano, and enjoys both solo and ensemble playing. Recent seasons have included Beethoven’s Fourth Concerto and Choral Fantasy on both​ historical and modern pianos, and several performances at the renowned Cobbe Collection of historical instruments outside of London. His discography includes Beethoven’s violin and cello sonatas, Mozart’s violin​ sonatas, and four vocal CDs with the late Sanford Sylvan, whom he partnered in recital for over 30 years. He is​ currently working on a book titled Time-Travel for Pianists: How Today’s Players Can Learn from Yesterday’s Instruments.​