Bachelor, University of California at Los Angeles, 1951; Master of Music, Columbia University, 1953; Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1969.
Piano soloist, Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios, 1936-1941;
piano soloist, Warner Brothers Studios, 1936-1941;
piano soloist, Station KFI, Los Angeles, 1938;
piano soloist, Station KNX, Los Angeles, 1939;
piano soloist, Station KHJ, Los Angeles, 1940;
artist, Columbia Artists, 1942-1949;
assistant professor music, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1955-1960;
associate professor, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1960-1962;
professor piano, fellow, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1962-1970;
department chairman preparatory piano, Northwestern University, 1962-1970;
professor music, U. Colorado, Boulder, 1970-1988;
professor emeritus, U. Colorado, 1988;
originator, coordinator masters and doctoral programs in music arts, U. Colorado. Piano concert tours in the United States, Canada, Mexico, 1947-1949. Conductor various music festivals, United States, since 1956.
Director Walker Art Children's Concerts, Minneapolis, 1957-1962. National piano chairman Music Educators National Conference, 1965-1971. Visiting lecturer, scholar 96 universities, colleges and conservatories, United States and Canada, since 1964.
Consultant to Illinois State Department Program Development for Gifted Children, 1968-1969. Visiting professor U. Colorado, 1988-1990.
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Nominator Irving S. Gilmore International Keyboard Festival, Gilmore Artist and Young Artist Awards. With United States Army, 1943-1946. Member Music Teachers National Association, Colorado State Music Teachers Association, College Music Society, Music Educators National Conference, Music Teachers Association California, Phi Mu Alpha, Pi Kappa Lambda.
Married Ballerina Maria Farra, May 23, 1948.