Jeremy Yudkin is Professor of Music and Co-Director of the Center for Beethoven Research at Boston University.
Jeremy Yudkin is Professor of Music and co-Director of the Center for Beethoven Research at Boston University (bu.edu/beethovencenter), and his interests are wide and varied, including everything from medieval music to the music of the Beatles. Jeremy has written 8 books: on medieval music and manuscripts, on a sixteenth-century music primer, and on jazz. His most recent publications include The Lenox School of Jazz and Miles Smiles, Miles Davis, and the Invention of Post Bop. He is also the author of one of the most successful music-appreciation textbooks. It is entitled simply Understanding Music. Helping all people understand music is one of his greatest passions. He founded the Pre-Concert Tanglewood Talks to create a place for music listeners to learn. Every year his lectures illuminate all the concerts played at Tanglewood. He is a compelling, lively, and friendly speaker.