Davidson, Lyle, 1938- Edit

Summary

Agent Type
Person

Dates

  • 1938 – (Existence)

Name Forms

  • Davidson, Lyle, 1938-

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  • Biography/Historical Note

    Lyle Davidson is an American composer and musicologist. He studied at New England Conservatory and Brandeis. He is on the faculty of the New England Conservatory where he teaches Solfege, 16th-century Counterpoint, and Music in Education courses. He conducts research in music and cognition, pedagogy, and assessment; and is a founding member of the Conservatory Laboratory Charter School. As Director of Research at the Lincoln Center Institute in New York, he worked on arts intensification in public schools. For 15 years he was on staff at the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Project Zero, where he directed the music group in several studies spanning early childhood and adult development, portfolio assessment, and learning in the arts.