Curtis Alexander Price

Warden at New College

Holywell Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
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Last Updated 3/20/2017

General Information

Employment History

President  - Royal Musical Association

Professor, Principal  - Royal Academy of Music


Charleston High School

New College

BA 1967  - Southern Illinois University

PhD.  - Harvard Corporation

PhD.  - Harvard University

PhD. Taught  - King's College London


Chairman of the Fund Committee  - Voltaire Foundation

Fellow  - University of Oxford

Fellow  - Lady Margaret Hall

Trustee  - Musica Britannica

Board of Management Member  - London String Quartet Foundation

Trustee  - Handel House Museum

Trustee  - National Sound Archive

Trustee  - British Library Sound Archive

Honorary Knight Commander  - British Empire

Founder  - Centre for Advanced Performance Studies

Web References  

New College, Oxford - Projects - What we do - Malcolm Reading Consultants

Following the selection by the jury of David Kohn Architects as the winner, Sir Curtis Price, Warden of New College, said:

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Artistic Advisory Committee | The Gilmore

Curtis Price - President of New College, Oxford University
Curtis Price - President of New College, Oxford University

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International Piano Festivals

The artistic advisory committee that chose Gerstein consisted of Daniel Gustin, director of the Gilmore Festival, plus Curtis Price, Don Michael Randel, Ann Schein, Matias Tarnopolsky and Sherman van Solkema.
• Curtis Price, until recently the president of the Royal Academy of Music, London, and now warden, New College, Oxford University, United Kingdom. The festival's director chooses the evaluation committee, which this year consisted of Mr. Gustin himself; Matías Tarnopolsky, at the time the artistic administrator of the New York Philharmonic; Sherman Van Solkema, a music professor at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Mich.; Ann Schein, a concert pianist and teacher; Don Michael Randel, president of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; and Curtis Price, then the president of the Royal Academy of Music in London.

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