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The 2015 Nobel Prize Concert Featured Daniil Trifonov
One of today’s most celebrated conductors, Franz Welser-Möst led the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra at the Nobel Prize Concert on 8 December. Hear the celebrated pianist Daniil Trifonov play Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3. Read more...
Christmas Music for Piano: Jeffrey Biegel Plays Sleigh Ride
Are you tired of choirs singing carols? If so, get into Christmas mode with some solo piano instead. Enjoy Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Ride performed by American pianist Jeffrey Biegel. Read more...
250 New Piano Pieces for Beethoven Premiering in Bonn
As a part of the world teaming up for the great Beethoven anniversary celebration in 2020, German and Bonn based pianist Susanne Kessel has invited composers from all over the world to write a piano piece for Ludwig van Beethoven. Read more...
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...
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Fanoos Hopes to Follow Horowitz
From the war-ravaged mountains of Afghanistan, young pianist Elham Fanoos hopes to be a world-famous pianist in the same vein as Vladimir Horowitz. Login to read more >>
Schumann From Beyond the Grave
With the world teetering on the brink of Hitler's rise to power and the ensuing Holocaust, two Hungarian violinists played with a Ouija board in a dark apartment in Budapest. Schumann came to them and begged them to play his violin concerto, heretofore unknown! Login to read more >>
Self-starters Break New Ground in Piano Instruction
Many people in the 21st century don't have time for traditional piano instruction; instead, they rely on smartphone apps and computer programs to learn on their own. Login to read more >>
Cantankerous Boulez Led a Movement
Pierre Boulez spearheaded a radical movement in the development of 20th-century music after World War II. His caustic opinions were as controversial as his music. Login to read more >>
Berlin Has Nothing on Gordon
Scriabin borrowed heavily from the jazz idiom for many of his musical themes. David Gordon has convened the "Alexander Scriabin Ragtime Band" to explore further this not-so-well-known Russian composer. Login to read more >>
What Makes Savants Tick
Scientists have puzzled over savants and where their extraordinary abilities come from for a long time. Even now, they have basically no idea how or why it happens. One theory, however, is gaining popularity. Login to read more >>
Dinu Lipatti's Final Essay
Dinu Lipatti's draft from May 1950 of a presentation for an Interpretation Course to be held at the Conservatoire de Geneve. Lipatti had hoped to give such a course with Nadia Boulanger, ostensibly in the Spring of 1951. This text was found in his papers after his death and gives a good glimpse of his views towards interpretation. 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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