University of Southern California

Concert & Conversation: Peter Buffett, Monday October 12
Son of Investor Warren Buffett Shares Music, Anecdotes of His Upbringing
September 9, 2009 • by News at Marshall

On Monday, October 12, in partnership with the USC Thornton School of Music and the USC Marshall School of Business, USC Annenberg’s Center on Communication Leadership & Policy presents a concert and conversation with Grammy Award-winning musician Peter Buffett.

He has released 15 records and scored the memorable "Fire Dance" scene in the Oscar-winning film Dances With Wolves. He also composed the full score for 500 Nations, the eight-hour Emmy Award-winning CBS miniseries Costner produced.

He is the son of legendary investor Warren Buffett and as part of his performance, he intersperses his songs with personal anecdotes and offers candid look into “his upbringing, the lessons he's learned, and their role in the development of the man he's become.” Reception follows discussion.

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