David Cartledge, 2013 Core Faculty
David Cartledge is Assistant Professor of Music in the Piano Department at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. He maintains an active performing schedule both across the United States and internationally. He completed his undergraduate studies at the Australian National University, and his graduate work at the Indiana University School of Music. His teachers have included Gyorgy Sebok, John Luxton, Béla Síki and Christopher Elton. At Indiana, Dr. Cartledge teaches the School's graduate Piano Literature and Keyboard Literature classes; and directs the Secondary Piano Program-a program for non-piano majors that provides instruction to as many as 750 students per semester. From 2007-2009, he was Associate Chair of the Piano department at the Jacobs School. Dr. Cartledge is often asked to give master classes, and he has judged competitions at both state and national levels. In 2009, he was a member of the organizing committee for the World Piano Pedagogy Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. A native of Australia, he now makes his home in Bloomington, Indiana, with his wife and son.