Professor, Applied Intercultural Arts Research – GIDP
Music Bldg, Room 222
Dr. Rosenblatt holds a B.A. in Music (piano performance) and an M.A. in Historical Musicology from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a Ph.D. in the History and Theory of Music from the University of Chicago. Dr. Rosenblatt has done extensive research on the life and music of Franz Liszt and is responsible for uncovering a new Liszt piano concerto. His edition of the Liszt Concerto in E-flat Major for Piano and Orchestra, op. posth., has been published by Editio Musica Budapest in miniature score and two-piano version. He has also published articles in the Journal of the American Liszt Society and contributed chapters to The Liszt Companion (Greenwood Press, 2002). His most recent publication is a biography of the British composer Madeleine Dring, co-authored with Wanda Brister (Clemson University Press, 2020). Current projects include an edition of Liszt's De profundis for piano and orchestra, to be published as part of the New Liszt Edition (Editio Musica Budapest).