• David Fanning

Author Biography

David Fanning

David Fanning is Professor of Music at the University of Manchester and author and editor of books, articles and critical editions on Nielsen, Shostakovich, Weinberg, and the 20th-century symphonic tradition. He is co-author with Michelle Assay of a much-expanded version of his 2010 Weinberg biography (Toccata Press, forthcoming), and co-editor with Erik Levi of the Routledge Companion to Music under German Occupation (Routledge 2019). As a pianist he partnered the Lindsay String Quartet for 25 years, a role he has continued with its successor as ensemble-in-residence at the University of Manchester, the Quatuor Danel. For many years he has been a critic for Gramophone and The Daily Telegraph.

How to Cite
Fanning, D. (2020). Editorial. Carl Nielsen Studies, 6. https://doi.org/10.7146/cns.v6i0.122246