Babcock Professor of Piano
DM, Florida State University
Licensé de Concert, Ecole Normale de Musique, Paris
MM, Indiana University
BM, Illinois State University
A prize winner in the Robert Casadesus International Piano Competition (now the Cleveland International Competition), Weeks also competed in the VI International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. A National Patron of Delta Omicron Music Honorary Fraternity, he is a recipient of the South Carolina Arts Commission’s Artist Fellowship in Music, the Kathryne Amelia Brown Award at Converse College for Excellence in Teaching, and a South Carolina Commission on Higher Education’s Distinguished Professor Award. He has presented lecture-recitals at Music Teachers National Association state-wide conferences in South Carolina, North Carolina, Texas, and California. Articles by Weeks have appeared in Clavier magazine and in the on-line journal Piano Pedagogy Forum.
Weeks holds the Doctor of Music degree from Florida State University, the Master of Music degree with a Performer’s Certificate from Indiana University, a Liçence de Concert from the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris, France, and the Bachelor of Music degree from Illinois State University. His teachers include Abbey Simon, Jack Radunsky, Maria Curcio, Sidney Foster, Jules Gentil, and Edward Kilenyi.