George Litterst is a nationally known music educator, clinician, author, performer, and music software developer.
A classically-trained pianist, he completed his undergraduate work in music at Vassar College and subsequently earned his Master’s Degree in piano at the New England Conservatory where he taught as a member of the Preparatory School faculty for 22 years.
In addition to performing on acoustic pianos, George is a MIDI musician. He works extensively with the high-tech Disklavier piano in his teaching, performing, and other professional activities, including music software development. He is the co-author of the intelligent accompaniment software program, Home Concert Xtreme, the electronic music blackboard program, Classroom Maestro, and the long distance teaching and performance program, Internet MIDI, from TimeWarp Technologies.
Author of more than 100 articles on the application of new technologies in music education, George is an associate editor for Clavier Companion and co-author of the Random Access column for American Music Teacher.
George lives with his wife, Helen, in Rehoboth, Massachusetts.