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Recent Articles & News

With 50 years at the Royal Academy of Music and an international teaching career, Professor Christopher Elton has gained unique experience in how to coach accomplished artists. In this unique interview for Piano Street, Elton shares his insights and views on the big perspective. Read more
Pianist Lucas Debargue recently recorded the complete piano works of Gabriel Fauré on the Opus 102, a very special grand piano by Stephen Paulello. Eric Schoones from the German/Dutch magazine PIANIST had a conversation with him. Read more
Today, with smartwatches and everyday electronics, it is increasingly common to measure training results, heart rate, calorie consumption, and overall health. But monitoring heart rate of pianists and audience can reveal interesting insights on several other aspects within the musical field. Read more
Piano Street’s digital sheet music library is constantly growing. With the additions made during the past months, we now offer the complete solo piano works by fifteen of the most famous Classical, Romantic and Impressionist composers in the web’s most pianist friendly user interface. Read more
Piano Day is an annual worldwide event that takes place on the 88th day of the year, which in 2024 is March 28. Established in 2015, it is now well known across the globe. Every year it provokes special concerts, onstage and online, as well as radio shows, podcasts, and playlists. Read more
Article top picks from previous years: 2023 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013

Piano News Flash

The Play Every Town Project
Vermont pianist David Feurzeig is embarking on an ambitious tour, aiming to perform a free concert in each of the state's 252 municipalities. He'll also promote environmental causes through his music and online blog, highlighting local and state initiatives.
Read at vtdigger.org
Denk on LvB's 4th and More
Pianist Jeremy Denk, a member of the esteemed American Academy of Arts and Sciences, has released nearly 20 albums. A New York Times critic praised Denk in 2010, saying: "He's a pianist you want to hear, regardless of the repertoire."
Read at sandiegouniontribune.com
Inna Faliks - Not Only Pianist
Ukrainian-born pianist Inna Faliks, now 45, has achieved remarkable success, delivering thousands of recitals and concerts, and authoring a memoir. Born in Ukraine, her family moved to Chicago at 10 and she made her debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra just five years later.
Read at sfcv.org
Babayan on "Rachmaninoff for Two"
World-renowned pianist Sergei Babayan has joined forces with Daniil Trifonov to release "Rachmaninoff for Two," a tribute to the iconic composer's 150th birthday. This album honors Rachmaninoff's legacy and showcases the virtuosic partnership between the two pianists.
Read at interlude.hk
Who Will Compete in Leeds?
The Leeds International Piano Competition has revealed the 24 top pianists advancing to the Second Round, chosen from a global pool of talented 20-29-year-olds. They will compete in Leeds in September 2024, seeking a transformative experience and a chance to win one of music's most esteemed prizes.
Read at pianistmagazine.com
Hough's New Piano Concerto
Stephen Hough's new piano concerto, premiered by the Utah Symphony in January, debuted in Europe with the composer as soloist, accompanied by Mark Elder and the Halle. The work, subtitled "The World of Yesterday" after Stefan Zweig's memoir, explores musical nostalgia and the past.
Read at theguardian.com
Canadian Wins Montreal
The Montreal International Music Competition has announced the winners of its Piano 2024 edition. Jaeden Izik-Dzurko, 25, took first prize, performing Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and conductor Xian Zhang in the final round.
Read at cbc.ca

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Latest Piano Albums


Evgenia Rubinova:
Tchaikovsky's Testament
18 Morceaux Op. 72

Tchaikovsky’s last piano cycle, written just a year before his death, could be described as a light-hearted but sophisticated musical diary, with several dedications and nods to various other composers. Consisting mainly of dance movements, this collection has been unfairly overshadowed by the global fame of works like the "Pathétique" and the "Nutcracker", both of which emerged during the same period.
Listen on NML >

Julius Asal:
Scriabin – Scarlatti

Julius Asal chose two different Steinways for this recording, one for its sumptuous dark sonorities, the other for its clear, crisp sound. Two composers rarely mentioned in the same breath are put side by side – Scriabin's First Piano Sonata and a selection of his etudes and preludes are interspersed with six sonatas by Scarlatti. “These miniatures by Scriabin and Scarlatti are like mythical creatures from another dimension.”
Listen on NML >

Steven Masi:
Ballades & Other Musings

Steven Masi's previous albums have focused on Germanic repertoire – a 10-disc recording of the complete Beethoven Sonatas and recordings of late works by Schubert and Brahms. With this album he shifts focus, exploring Chopin and Debussy and contemporary pieces by Sarah Kirkland Snider, whose stirring musical language blends quite seamlessly with the Romantic and Impressionist repertoire.
Listen on NML >

Yuja Wang:
The Vienna Recital

Yuja Wang proves her wide-ranging musical imagination on this eclectic and unpredictably programmed album, recorded live in Vienna in 2022. She displays fiery virtuosity in jazzy preludes by Nikolai Kapustin and complex etudes by György Ligeti, as well as mature musicality in masterpieces by Beethoven, Scriabin, and Albéniz. The several encores span the history of music from Gluck to Glass.
Listen on NML >

Piano Street Site Updates

17 November 2023:
The sheet music library now contains the complete solo keyboard pieces by J. S. Bach.

12 September 2023:
Rachmaninoff's complete piano works are now available in our sheet music library.

26 January 2023:
The complete piano works of 12 composers are now available in our sheet music library.

1 February 2022:
We celebrate 20 years online with an updated webdesign of pianostreet.com and a special bonus package for all our memebers!

10 January 2022:
Pages about composer have a new design with additional content and the best solo piano pieces listed separately for composers such as Beethoven and Chopin.

26 November 2021:
A new issue of the magazine about the world of piano competitions is available for free download at Piano Street.

8 October 2021:
Piano Street's multimedia tool for watching the Chopin Competition has been updated.

24 September 2021:
Piano Street participated in the annual Media Lounge of Cremona Musica.

15 January 2021:
Urtext editions of Debussy Clair de lune, Chopin Prelude in E minor and Major Piano Scales are now available to download for free at Piano Street.

24 October 2020:
New pieces by Bach and Mozart with piano practice tips have been added to the line of Instructive Editions.

10 April 2018:
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