||David Ehrman, Artist-in-Residence
Professor of Music
M.M., University of Cincinnati - Conservatory
B.M., University of Cincinnati - Conservatory
Office: Performing Arts 210
Contact Mr. Ehrman at 434-582-2215
Courses Taught at Liberty University
MUSC 141, 241, 341, 441 (private piano instruction), MUSC 304 (Piano Pedagogy)
Artist-in-Residence and Professor David Ehrman joined the Piano Faculty of the Department of Music and Humanities in 1976. Mr. Ehrman serves as Keyboard Area Coordinator. He holds the Bachelor of Music and the Master of Music in Piano Performance from the University of Cincinnati-Conservatory, and has pursued advanced studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He studied with Madame Karin Dayas (pupil of Karl Friedberg, pupil of Franz Liszt), Santo Ojeda, Herbert Newman, John Quincy Bass, Ivan Davis, John Meretta, and Andrew Willis.
Mr. Ehrman's principal duties at Liberty University involve private piano instruction and teaching piano pedagogy, and he also performs frequently. He has given solo piano recitals at major universities, fine arts centers, and churches throughout the country. He was a finalist at the International Beethoven Competition in 1990 and 1999. He has performed all over the world in places like Manila, Hong Kong, and Cairo. Many of his students have successfully pursued graduate degrees and many have received teaching assistantships. At least eight of his former students currently hold faculty positions in college music departments.