P I A N O   3 0 0
Celebrating Three Centuries of People and Pianos



A prolific performer and a music scholar, Robert Wyatt has appeared throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Performances in Washington, D.C., include the Terrace Theater at the Kennedy Center, the Phillips Collection, the Corcoran Gallery, the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress, Strathmore Hall, the Decatur Museum, and the Anderson House. Wyatt has also performed extensively along the east coast of the United States as part of a piano duo with his wife, Victoria.

A specialist in 20th-century American music, his scholastic achievements include papers and recitals for the Music Teachers National Association Convention, the College Music Society and the Society for American Music.

Wyatt has written The George Gershwin Reader, to be published by Oxford University Press in summer 2000, and is currently editing Pedaling the Piano, by Russian pianist Nadezhda I. Golubovskaya.

Robert Wyatt earned two performance degrees at the Boston University School for the Arts. He also earned a doctorate of piano performance from Florida State University. Wyatt has served on the faculties of Boston University, Florida State University, and the Levine School of Music.


Piano 300
National Museum of American History Home
National Museum of American History
Smithsonian Home