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Recent Articles & News
Pianist Daniil Trifonov in a fascinating profile by Christopher Nupen
A new double-DVD release contains two films by Christopher Nupen about the brilliant young pianist Daniil Trifonov: ‘The Magics of Music’ and ‘The Castelfranco Veneto Recital’. Watch a clip from the film which has won two international prizes, Silver Medal at the New York Film and Television Festival and the Accolade Award. Together they give an intimate portrait of the artist both on and off the stage. Read more...
Warsaw: The Most Influential Piano Competition Enters Its Grand Finale
Every five years the whole pianistic world moves to Warsaw and the International Chopin Piano Competition. Watch the 17th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition live or in replay on YouTube and discover the piano stars of tomorrow. Read more...
Can We Play Like Mozart Did?
Classical piano pieces by such composers as Beethoven, Mozart and Chopin likely sounded much different when the masters first performed those works than they do today. Pianos themselves have changed considerably — but so, too, has technique. Read more...
Hollywood Greats Explore the Piano
Grammy-winning pianist Gloria Cheng invited some of the most prominent film composers of today to write new music for solo piano. Alexandre Desplat and John Williams were a few of the composers who took the bait and have now contributed to the contemporary piano repertoire. Read more...
What Did the Young Horowitz Sound Like?
In March of 1924, Vladimir Horowitz was a 20-year-old pianist ready to storm the gates of heaven with his soon-to-be-famous combination of bravura technique and passionate emotion. Read more...
Famous Composers Alive and Just a Click Away
That a recording exists of the voice of Tchaikovsky tantalizes the imagination. If there is a Tchaikovsky recording on an Edison cylinder, might there not also be, hidden away in a dusty shoebox in an attic somewhere, another cylinder with Liszt at the piano? Read more...
Classical Music Everywhere – Interview with Simone Dinnerstein
Simone Dinnerstein is trying to boost awareness and appreciation of classical music in both children and adults in places as different as New York City and Havana. See her introduce Bach’s Inventions to a room full of schoolchildren and read about the new ablum celebrating the transatlantic link. Read more...
The Harpsichord – Old, but Still Relevant
“If you buy only one record of harpsichord music in your life . . . buy this sensational album” wrote Richard Morrison, The Times (London). Although most of us don’t buy records anymore, this recently released album “Time Present and Time Past” could be worth checking out. Read more...
Piano News Flash
Chow to Tackle Extremely Tough Piece
Aside from arguments about racism, Siu's new composition, 'Foxconn Frequency No. 2—for single visibly Chinese performer,' stretches the limits of what is considered not only good music but also music itself. Login to read more >>
It's Not Just About the Classical Anymore
Many pianists are now branching out into different genres in a never-ending effort to remain relevant. George Winston is one of them. Login to read more >>
The Crypt Concert
Conrad Tao is 21. The dust in the cracks of the wall where he played his latest concert is probably older than he; however, Tao continues to look for new venues to inject some life into the concertgoing experience Login to read more >>
Schumann Should be Treasured
Robert Schumann wrote his piano concerto as both a lyrical introduction to the world of Romantic music and a love letter to his wife Clara. She was one of the great virtuosos of the 19th century. Login to read more >>
What's Right?
Is there really any wrong way to play something? The argument is likely never to be settled. Login to read more >>
Modern or Classic?
What's ultra-modern now is destined to be classic or old-fashioned later. In the past, it was Casals and Hoffman who were derided for 'breaking the mold.' Now, it's Leif Ove Andsnes. Who knows how Norway's favorite piano son will be considered in the future? Login to read more >>
Chopin in His Own 'Words?'
Every so often, someone does something unique. Steve Reich did it with 'Come Out.' Now, the Polish company Centrala has done it again. It has hired writers to mimic the cadence and rhythm of Chopin's two piano concertos in text format. As minimalist composers did after Reich's tape recorder mastery, will others emulate Centrala? Login to read more >>
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Piano Street Site Updates
15 September 2014:
The piano recital series at the Royal Academy of Art in Stockholm, sponsored by Piano Street has its premiere today.

29 July 2014:
The first four pieces in Instructive Editions are available for download and print

7 April 2014:
Premiere issue of the bi-weekly Piano News Flash e-mail.

3 February 2014:
Piano Street at the Music Education Expo 2014 in London

23 December 2013:
Piano News Flash Revamped

22 December 2013:
International Piano Jan/Feb 2014 issue out now - available for Piano Street Gold members

19 December 2013:
By Request: The Perfect Piano Gift is Now Back and Improved!

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