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Chopin is more popular than football – at least in Warsaw
More than 3 million people visit Warsaw each year. Of those, about 200,000 visit the museum dedicated to Poland’s national music hero: Frédéric Chopin. Be a Chopin Tourist – take the 3 minute tour in the new museum! Read more...
World’s biggest piano helps funding an even bigger piano
The Klavins-Piano Model 370 is a one-of-its-kind instrument. Its soundboard has twice the size of a concert grand of 2,75 m and it weighs 2 tons. In this video you will meet piano maker and experimentalist David Klavins in his workshop in Stuttgart and climb the stairs up to the world’s biggest piano. Read more...
Why is Debussy’s Clair de lune the most downloaded piece?
A challenge for both the intermediate pianist and the professional, Debussy’s Clair de lune seems to contain specific qualities which both instrumentalists and listeners find attractive. The piece, which is a part of the composer’s Suite Bergamasque, is the most downloaded piano score in Piano Street’s sheet music library. Why? Read more...
How to Prepare for a Piano Competition – an Interview with Mariam Batsashvili
Soon after the 10th International Franz Liszt Competition Utrecht, Piano Street’s guest writer Alexander Buskermolen spoke to its most recent winner: the Georgian 21 year old pianist Mariam Batsashvili. The main theme for this interview with the first female winner of this particular competition in The Netherlands: how to prepare for a competition and what happens if you win? Mariam Batsashvili should know. Read more...
Medical Professionals See Irregular Heartbeat in Beethoven’s Music
Citing rhythmic shifts and sudden stops in the German master's music, certain doctors and researchers think he suffered from arrhythmia. Read more...
New Piano Design for the Future
It's futuristic, to be sure, but the newest piano design from Gergely Bogányi has several components that hark back to the 19th century. Read more...
Minimalist Philip Glass sought to maximize his piano-playing potential
The journey he began in 1994 covered the following 19 years, and, during that time, he composed each of the chronologically numbered etudes he intended to use to make himself better at the keyboard. Pianist Maki Namekawa has now become the second artist to record these remarkably disparate works. Read more...
International Piano – January/February 2015
A new issue of International Piano is out! Highlights: The return of Ivo Pogorelich, The Piano Etude: The evolution of the genre, in conversation with Clare Hammond, Jeremy Siepmann explores piano duos with some of the world’s leading exponents, and much more... Read more...
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Ohlsson to Perform Chopin
The American pianist Garrick Ohlsson has an astounding memory. He's memorized the equivalent of an entire music library, including pieces that have been described, in the past, as "unfortunate musical traffic accidents." His passion for beloved, mainstream composers is no less strong, as will be seen in his upcoming performances of Chopin's music. Login to read more >>
George Winston and Adversity
As a pianist, Winston has produced music that is eminently listenable. He's popular with his fans and respected as an artist. When he was nearly felled by a disease few can pronounce, he had to re-examine his life and priorities. Login to read more >>
Not Just a Piano
Many performers who aspire to being avant-garde are pretenders and pander to the uninitiated as if they were in-the-know. Volker Bertelmann is not one of these charlatans; his music is stupefyingly good and blends traditional and altered sounds with the greatest of ease. Login to read more >>
Minimalism Made Major Splash With Glass
Only a few people understood Philip Glass's music in the 1970s. Of the many who did not, quite a few of them would throw things at him on stage and call both him and his music a joke. People in the 21st century have a different opinion of him. Login to read more >>
Dali Had it Right
With all the emphasis on memorization in the world of piano music, it's not surprising that much research has been done regarding short-term and long-term memory and their effects on musicianship. The persistence of memory through training is the goal of many pianists. Login to read more >>
Asian Piano Growth to Increase
With more than 40 million children beginning piano instruction in China every year, the country's burgeoning piano-making industry is primed to take over large portions of the global market. Login to read more >>
The Transparent Beethoven
Always wearing his proverbial heart on his musical sleeve, Beethoven and his music almost always evoke a visceral reaction in listeners. Pianist Leif Ove Andsnes has capitalized on that throughout the past four years while playing almost exclusively Beethoven. Login to read more >>
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