Peter Dickson Lopez


Composer

  • Not only is he enormously talented and endlessly patient but also and above all contagiously enthusiastic when it comes to music.
  • Dr. Lopez is wonderfully friendly, witty, sincere and a caring human being. His personality is delightful. He is sensitive, flexible, respectful and admired by parents, students, and peers.
  • He developed a great rapport with the students and with the parents. The students showed excellent progress under his direction.
  • He is a very progressive, patient, and effective teacher that the kids enjoy.
  • [Peter] has been extremely patient with [our daughter]. She only has access to practice on a piano every other week and Peter has modified his teachings to accommodate her limitations.
  • My daughter has developed her skills both playing the piano and in terms of the theory side and thoroughly enjoys her lessons with Peter. He goes above and beyond.
  • Peter does not only have an extensive knowledge of music but he also knows how to integrate the theoretical aspect with the practical one.
  • [Peter] is enthusiastic and can pick out the needs of each child quickly. My husband was very impressed with how positive he is with the kids.
  • Mr. Lopez is ... a very accomplished pianist who knows how to translate talent into educating his students. He is also a very understanding and approachable person.
  • Peter really knows how to relate to children, recognize their individual strengths/weaknesses and motivate them in their piano study.
  • Peter is a GREAT TUTOR. He is very patient and knowledgeable.
  • He is a great mentor and really cares and thinks from my perspective.
  • Great Tutor for Finale Keyboard Interfacing and Recording ... (September, 2013)
  • Thank you for all your patience ...
  • We are truly fortunate to have met you ... You are the best!
  • Thank you for being such a supportive teacher ...

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Jul

2013

I Feel a Storm in the Air

Poem written at Tanglewood on August 8, 1979

The poem "I Feel a Storm in the Air" was Written at Tanglewood and became the basis for the Title of IFASIA.  I worked on this composition during my tenure at Tanglewood as a Fellowship Composer.
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31

Jul

2013

Introspective Q&A Nearing Final Work on The Ship of Death

On Classicism and Romanticism

An entry from the Paris Journal on November 6, 1977 explores my view of Classicism and Romanticism and where I fit in this age old dialectic.  This entry takes the form of Q&A with myself.

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30

Jul

2013

To Be

Poem written at Tanglewood on August 12, 1979

Rain-drenched verdant foliage in cold summer days, ...
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A Two Year's Journal

Based on writings by the composer during his Paris sojourn from 1976-1978.
I started this journal during the Paris years from 1976-1978, but I have continued to make entries from time to time thereafter. My Online Diary is a kind of extension of this journal. I have decided to publish various writings from the original two years in Paris when I started the journal.


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