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Thomas Landschoot

Professor
Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 0405
Biography

Praised for his expressive, virtuoso and poetic music making, Belgian cellist Tom Landschoot enjoys an international career as a concert and recording artist and pedagogue. He has toured North America, Europe, South America and Asia and has appeared on national radio and television worldwide.

His solo career started after taking a top prize at the International Cello Competition ‘Jeunesse Musicales’ in 1995 in Bucharest, Romania. He has performed with the National Orchestra of Belgium, the Frankfurt Chamber Orchestra, Tempe Symphony,  Prima la Musica, the Symphony of the Southwest, Shieh Chien Symphony Orchestra, Scottsdale Philharmonic, Flemish Symphony Orchestra, Kaohsiung City Symphony, Loja Symphony Orchestra in Ecuador and the Orchestra of the United States Army Band and has appeared at Barge Music, Park City, Santa Barbara, Mammoth Lakes, Eureka, Utah, Red Rock, Park City, Manchester, Fresno, Madeline Island, Waterloo, Killington and Texas Music Festivals. His recordings are available on Summit, Organic, Kokopelli, ArchiMusic and Centaur Records.

Since 2013, he is a member of the Rossetti Quartet. He has also performed with the Takacs, Dover and Arianna Quartets and members of the Cleveland, Vermeer, Tokyo, and Orion Quartets. Past collaborations include Lynn Harrell, Peter Wiley, Gilbert Kalich, Cho-Liang Lin, Martin Beaver and Martin Katz. An avid promoter of music of our time, he has commissioned and premiered more than 20 new works for cello, including a concerto by Dirk Brosse. Resent engagements included several concerts with the Symphony Orchestra of Flanders with a new concerto of Belgian composer Frank Nuyts.

Landschoot has been involved in interdisciplinary public service projects through his music, such as raising funds and awareness for the need of building an orphanage and hospital in Tamil Nadu, India. As part of this humanitarian project, Landschoot was featured in a documentary film of a cellist performing across India, integrating photography, culinary, journalism and original music compositions.

He has served as a faculty member at the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, Castleman Quartet Program in New York, Killington Music Festival, Meadowmount School of Music, Foulger International Music Festival, High Peaks, Madeline Island, Manchester, Montecito and Texas Music Festival. Landschoot has given master classes at conservatories and universities throughout Asia, the U.S. and Europe and South America.

His students can be found among the ranks of national and international competition winners, occupy principal positions in major orchestras and teach at Universities around the U.S. and abroad.

Landschoot is currently professor of cello at Arizona State University, one of the top schools of music in the United States. Prior to joining the music faculty at Arizona State University, Landschoot taught at the University of Michigan. He is the recipient of ASU’s prestigious Herberger College of Fine Arts Distinguished Teaching Award. Landschoot has served on the faculty of the Shieh Chien University in Taipei since 2008.

Landschoot is the founder and the artistic director of the Sonoran Chamber Music Festival, as well as the president of the Arizona Cello Society.

He performs on a cello by Tomaso Balestrieri (1776) and a Dominique Pecatte bow.

Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
MUP 111Studio Instruction
MUP 121Studio Instruction
MUP 127Studio Instruction
MUP 311Studio Instruction
MUP 321Studio Instruction
MUP 327Studio Instruction
MUP 460Visiting Quartet Residency
MUP 495Performance
MUP 496Performance
MUP 499Individualized Instruction
MUP 511Studio Instruction
MUP 521Studio Instruction
MUP 527Studio Instruction
MUP 560Visiting Quartet Residency Pro
MUP 590Reading and Conference
MUP 596Solo Performance
MUP 597Solo Performance
MUP 727Studio Instruction
MUP 790Reading and Conference
MUP 796Solo Performance
Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
MUP 111Studio Instruction
MUP 121Studio Instruction
MUP 127Studio Instruction
MUP 311Studio Instruction
MUP 321Studio Instruction
MUP 327Studio Instruction
MUP 451Repertoire
MUP 481Performance-Pedagogy/Materials
MUP 495Performance
MUP 496Performance
MUP 499Individualized Instruction
MUP 511Studio Instruction
MUP 521Studio Instruction
MUP 527Studio Instruction
MUP 551Repertoire
MUP 581Performance Pedagogy/Materials
MUP 590Reading and Conference
MUP 596Solo Performance
MUP 597Solo Performance
MUP 727Studio Instruction
MUP 790Reading and Conference
MUP 796Solo Performance
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
MUP 111Studio Instruction
MUP 121Studio Instruction
MUP 127Studio Instruction
MUP 311Studio Instruction
MUP 321Studio Instruction
MUP 327Studio Instruction
MUP 460Visiting Quartet Residency
MUP 495Performance
MUP 496Performance
MUP 499Individualized Instruction
MUP 511Studio Instruction
MUP 521Studio Instruction
MUP 527Studio Instruction
MUP 560Visiting Quartet Residency Pro
MUP 590Reading and Conference
MUP 596Solo Performance
MUP 597Solo Performance
MUP 727Studio Instruction
MUP 790Reading and Conference
MUP 796Solo Performance
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
MUP 111Studio Instruction
MUP 121Studio Instruction
MUP 127Studio Instruction
MUP 311Studio Instruction
MUP 321Studio Instruction
MUP 327Studio Instruction
MUP 451Repertoire
MUP 481Performance-Pedagogy/Materials
MUP 495Performance
MUP 496Performance
MUP 499Individualized Instruction
MUP 511Studio Instruction
MUP 521Studio Instruction
MUP 527Studio Instruction
MUP 551Repertoire
MUP 581Performance Pedagogy/Materials
MUP 590Reading and Conference
MUP 596Solo Performance
MUP 597Solo Performance
MUP 727Studio Instruction
MUP 790Reading and Conference
MUP 796Solo Performance
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
MUP 111Studio Instruction
MUP 121Studio Instruction
MUP 127Studio Instruction
MUP 311Studio Instruction
MUP 321Studio Instruction
MUP 327Studio Instruction
MUP 460Visiting Quartet Residency
MUP 495Performance
MUP 496Performance
MUP 499Individualized Instruction
MUP 511Studio Instruction
MUP 521Studio Instruction
MUP 527Studio Instruction
MUP 560Visiting Quartet Residency Pro
MUP 590Reading and Conference
MUP 596Solo Performance
MUP 597Solo Performance
MUP 727Studio Instruction
MUP 790Reading and Conference
MUP 796Solo Performance
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
MUP 111Studio Instruction
MUP 121Studio Instruction
MUP 127Studio Instruction
MUP 311Studio Instruction
MUP 321Studio Instruction
MUP 327Studio Instruction
MUP 481Performance-Pedagogy/Materials
MUP 495Performance
MUP 496Performance
MUP 499Individualized Instruction
MUP 511Studio Instruction
MUP 521Studio Instruction
MUP 527Studio Instruction
MUP 581Performance Pedagogy/Materials
MUP 590Reading and Conference
MUP 596Solo Performance
MUP 597Solo Performance
MUP 727Studio Instruction
MUP 790Reading and Conference
MUP 796Solo Performance
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
MUP 111Studio Instruction
MUP 121Studio Instruction
MUP 127Studio Instruction
MUP 311Studio Instruction
MUP 321Studio Instruction
MUP 327Studio Instruction
MUP 460Visiting Quartet Residency
MUP 495Performance
MUP 496Performance
MUP 499Individualized Instruction
MUP 511Studio Instruction
MUP 521Studio Instruction
MUP 527Studio Instruction
MUP 560Visiting Quartet Residency Pro
MUP 590Reading and Conference
MUP 596Solo Performance
MUP 597Solo Performance
MUP 727Studio Instruction
MUP 790Reading and Conference
MUP 796Solo Performance
Spring 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
MUP 111Studio Instruction
MUP 121Studio Instruction
MUP 127Studio Instruction
MUP 311Studio Instruction
MUP 321Studio Instruction
MUP 327Studio Instruction
MUP 451Repertoire
MUP 495Performance
MUP 496Performance
MUP 499Individualized Instruction
MUP 511Studio Instruction
MUP 521Studio Instruction
MUP 527Studio Instruction
MUP 551Repertoire
MUP 590Reading and Conference
MUP 596Solo Performance
MUP 597Solo Performance
MUP 727Studio Instruction
MUP 790Reading and Conference
MUP 796Solo Performance
Fall 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
MUP 111Studio Instruction
MUP 121Studio Instruction
MUP 127Studio Instruction
MUP 311Studio Instruction
MUP 321Studio Instruction
MUP 327Studio Instruction
MUP 460Visiting Quartet Residency
MUP 495Performance
MUP 496Performance
MUP 499Individualized Instruction
MUP 511Studio Instruction
MUP 521Studio Instruction
MUP 527Studio Instruction
MUP 560Visiting Quartet Residency Pro
MUP 590Reading and Conference
MUP 596Solo Performance
MUP 597Solo Performance
MUP 727Studio Instruction
MUP 790Reading and Conference
MUP 796Solo Performance
Spring 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
MUP 111Studio Instruction
MUP 121Studio Instruction
MUP 127Studio Instruction
MUP 311Studio Instruction
MUP 321Studio Instruction
MUP 327Studio Instruction
MUP 481Performance-Pedagogy/Materials
MUP 495Performance
MUP 496Performance
MUP 499Individualized Instruction
MUP 511Studio Instruction
MUP 521Studio Instruction
MUP 527Studio Instruction
MUP 581Performance Pedagogy/Materials
MUP 590Reading and Conference
MUP 596Solo Performance
MUP 597Solo Performance
MUP 727Studio Instruction
MUP 790Reading and Conference
MUP 796Solo Performance
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