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Recent Articles & News
Immersed in Mozart – Roberto Prosseda on Recording the Early Sonatas
The Italian pianist Roberto Prosseda has previously recorded Mendelssohn’s complete piano works. Now he is embarking on a new, slightly less encyclopedic but equally ambitious project, that of recording Mozart’s complete sonatas. Read more...
New Chopin Photo Found!
The Swiss physicist and Chopin connoisseur Alain Kohler, already known for discovering in a private German home a Pleyel piano that once belonged to Frédéric Chopin, has made another sensational find. Kohler, together with Gilles Bencimon of Radio France Internationale, recently announced that they have unearthed a new, previously unknown photograph of Chopin. Read more...
International Piano – Jan/Feb issue is out
In the January-February 2017 issue French superstar pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet brings erudition, insight and boundless energy to his complete cycle of Beethoven sonatas. Jeremy Nicholas can’t help but finding himself bowled over by the Gallic charm and boundless enthusiasm of this unique and stimulating talent. Read more...
Congratulations Maurizio Pollini 75!
On January 5th the Italian pianist celebrated his 75th birthday. Piano Street congratulates one of the great pianists of our time and shares a lovely filmed portrait on his life. Read more...
Top Picks of 2016
We wish you a Happy New Year with a list of highly recommended reading from Piano Street’s Classical Piano Blog. These are the 10 most read, discussed or shared articles of 2016. Read more...
The Audiovisual Study Tool (AST) Updated
In a significant improvement of Piano Street’s Audiovisual Study Tool (AST), Naxos Music Library is now fully integrated allowing users to conveniently stream recordings without logging in separately to a Naxos Music Library account. Read more...
Take your seat: New Year’s Eve Celebration in the Berlin Philharmonie – LIVE STREAM
Before the champagne corks pop to celebrate the turn of the year 2016/2017, you can experience first-class virtuosic piano playing when Daniil Trifonov steps up to the podium at the New Year’s Eve concert of the Berliner Philharmoniker. Thanks to a continuous collaboration with the Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall, all Piano Street members enjoy free access for 7 days to the Digital Concert Hall. Read more...
Piano Music to Cleanse the Soul – Pietro De Maria on Bach’s 48
At the Cremona Mondomusica Piano Experience in October, the Italian pianist Pietro De Maria performed selected preludes and fugues from Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier (WTC), as part of the exhibition’s Decca/Deutsche Grammophon showcase series. After the concert, Piano Street’s David Wärn had the chance to talk to De Maria about the challenges pianists face when tackling Bach’s legendary “forty-eight”. Read more...
Piano News Flash
2017-02-17
The World's Smallest Pianists
Now, imagine that your duet partner is a million times smaller still: bacteria. By connecting a computer to the piano, it's possible to have these organisms affect the notes and tones. Read more at labiotech.eu
2017-02-16
A Recipe for Success
I definitely see a similarity between cooking and making music, especially at a very high level. There are traditions, and you have to know how to innovate while keeping those traditions in mind. You want to have your own voice, but not to use the recipe for your own glory. Read more at pressdemocrat.com
2017-02-19
The Guy Who Makes the Music
Musicians all over the world anxiously await the words of critics and the praise of audiences. What if the performer were to be true only to him or herself and consider the words of these others to be superfluous to his or her performance? The pianist presses the key and makes the music. How the audience receives it should be irrelevant. Read more at nytimes.com
2017-02-18
Debargue Speaks Truth to Power
Many pianists, both young and old, fear the judges at competitions, professors at universities, and impresarios at famous venues. Debargue fears none of them. He is outspoken in his criticism of what he sees as the problems plaguing the world of classical music. Read more at kqed.org
2017-02-15
Sukarlan Proud as One
As the only Indonesian among more than 2,000 influential musicians listed at the top of the music world, Ananda Sukarlan is no stranger to being alone. By focusing his cultural spirit through his performance, he brings his unique perspective to the stage. Read more at thejakartapost.com
2017-02-14
Uchida's Second Grammy
Mitsuko Uchida's Grammy-winning album, 'Schumann & Berg', recorded a live performance in which she coupled with German sopranist Dorothea Roeschmann. Read more at the-japan-news.com
2017-02-13
Nineteen Hundred 'La La Land' Tryouts
Hurwitz's composition process starts by creating melodies on the piano in an effort to find the right sound for a particular song or the film's score. Read more at indiewire.com
2017-02-12
A Film and a Fugue Struggle
'If you play it effortlessly, this is absurd', Anderszewski said. 'I want to hear a fight. I want to hear how hard it is, how the piece is an obstacle'. Read more at nytimes.com
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Piano Street Site Updates
25 november 2016:
13 Easy Pieces by Beethoven and Gurlitt.

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New pieces added to the line of Instructive Editions.

18 February 2016:
Piano Street at the Music Education Expo 2016.

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