Professor David Livianu

Juilliard Graduate, NYC

Born in Romania, concert pianist David B. Livianu is one of the world's most respected and celebrated pedagogues; he is known for his unmatched track record of success, enormous love of people, fierce passion for high quality performance results, and unbridled desire to change the world for the better through quality music education for everyone.

Holding a Masters in Music degree from the prestigious Juilliard School in New York, David Livianu has dedicated himself to researching and refining since the early 1980s, a results oriented method for teaching music theory, ear-training and sight-singing, in line with the classic European tradition of Solfege {singing with Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si, Do}. Underlying his passionate educational effort is the idea that great results come through Dedicated Practice; David has authored more than 75 music manuals; Livianu integrates the principles of deliberate practice with the nuts and bolts of learning and understanding music. As a global teacher, he appears in regular videos about current music education practices, hosts live video conferences, interacts with students and colleagues around the world via email, and is deeply involved in the development of the program's curriculum.

The core mission of The Livianu Method for Learning Music is to provide students and organizations with the time proven methodologies, immediately actionable practices, and priceless skills needed to succeed at the highest level of artistic performance and music appreciation. By learning music theory, ear-training and sight-singing skills students take their first step to become world-class artists; this is supported by Livianu's canon that Dedicated Practice Makes perfect. The Livianu Method for Learning Music offers an equal opportunity chance to young people everywhere to become world class musicians, in any genre of music.

Several of Livianu's manuals have been donated for use in music classes to the the NYC Department of Education, and his efforts have been praised by Education Chancellor Carmen Farina in 2014.

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