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Recent Articles & News
Pianist Magazine Celebrates 100 Issues
Not only Claude Debussy and Leonard Bernstein celebrate centennials this year, but also the London based Pianist Magazine which celebrated its 100th issue on January 26. Pianist Magazine is one of the most widespread and appreciated sources in the international piano world today. We called the magazine’s editor Erica Worth not only to congratulate, but also to ask her a couple of questions. Read more...
The Art of Cultivation – A Music and Friendship Bootcamp for Young Pianists
On the shores of Lake Maggiore, in the municipality of Laveno-Mombello, stands Villa Caterina, a very special house with very special guests. Here they all meet and study: PianoFriends, a musical association founded by Vincenzo Balzani and Catia Iglesias. The aim is perfecting the musical training of piano talents and to offer them multiple opportunities to perform in concert. Read more...
Join Piano Street’s New Year Score Hunt 2018!
Welcome to join Piano Street's New Year Score Hunt and get some exclusive pianos scores for free, as well as a chance to win a Gold Membership (value $129)! Read more...
Happy New Piano Year! Top Picks of 2017
We wish you a Happy New Piano Year with a list of highly recommended reading from Piano Street. These are the twelve most read, discussed or shared articles of 2017. Read more...
Now is the Hour by Christopher Norton
Following the successful Eastern Preludes collection by the composer Christopher Norton, the Pacific Preludes are now set to be released on April 4. Piano Street’s Patrick Jovell talked to Christopher Norton, who gives us an exclusive glimpse into his compositional world. He is also generously offering Piano Street Gold members the score to Prelude no. 7 “Now is the Hour” as well as an instructive manual for how to practice the piece. Read more...
A Glimmering Christmas Celebration from Kennedy Center
A wonderous pianistic display of female artists and piano jazz styles, NPR present A Jazz Piano Christmas – the annual holiday tradition featuring four celebrated jazz pianists performing their favorite seasonal music. Read more...
International Piano – January/February issue
Bertrand Chamayou explores the mystery and spirituality of Liszt, Debussy and Ravel; German manufacturer Steingraeber & Söhne puts the piano back into fortepiano; Australian pianist Piers Lane on turning 60; and is it ethical to release discarded recordings? Read more...
French Pianist Goes Wild in German Chorale
As a combination of supreme musicianship and Seasonal Celebrations, what would be more suitable than a traditional German Lutheran Chorale in the hands of the sensational French pianist Lucas Debargue, who is also known as an outstanding improviser and composer? Read more...
Piano News Flash
2018-02-18
The Young "Russian"
Yuja Wang is enamored of Russian composers like Rachmaninoff and Scriabin. She's only 26, and she loves the raw emotion of the Russian psyche. Showing unexpected self-awareness, she realizes she's not yet prepared for Beethoven or Mozart and all of their hidden complexities. Read more at steinway.com
2018-02-17
Amateur Hour
Interestingly, it is sometimes the amateur who has more flexibility in performance than the professional, who is "bound by tradition" in many ways. Amateurs can also revel in the learning process because they have no deadlines or pressure put upon them. Read more at crosseyedpianist.com
2018-02-20
Grieg's Second?
Grieg never finished his second piano concerto. It exists only in a collection of sketches. Nevertheless, pianist Mark Bebbington and composer Robert Matthew-Walker have teamed up to arrange the sketches in their most logical order. They've created a single movement that captures the spirit of what Grieg wanted. Read more at rhinegold.co.uk
2018-02-19
Behind the Scenes
Gould was renowned for his relentless perfectionism in the studio, and this new release of outtakes shows all of that in breathtaking detail. One can hear the incomparable Gould mutter, "Rats!" after a clinker and say that something that sounds perfect just "wasn't right". He wanted to do different things, too, and sometimes forced retakes for the sake of hearing a new phrasing or dynamic marking, which made the whole process tedious. Read more at nytimes.com
2018-02-16
Students Go Where the Teacher Who Speaks to Them Teaches
Susanne Ruberg-Gordon, who was born in Sweden but immigrated to Canada, believes that she must be a beacon for her students the way her teacher at the Banff Centre was for her. Read more at calgaryherald.com
2018-02-15
Chopin to Appear Online
One can already hear myriad Chopin performances online, but now, more than 40,000 documents, manuscripts, and even photographs of the composer will be digitized and uploaded. Curious web surfers will now be able to become intimately acquainted with Poland's favorite son. Read more at egypttoday.com
2018-02-14
Syrian Peace Through Music
Malek Jandali dreams of peace for his adopted homeland. In his mind, art and music represent two media where even warring sides can come together and create something gorgeous and lasting. While so engaged, they are not fighting. Read more at ahram.org.eg
2018-02-13
Trifonov Scores Grammy
Daniil Trifonov continues to rack up the hardware. From the Grand Prize at the Tchaikovsky Competition to a 2018 Grammy for Best Classical Instrumental Solo Performance, he keeps wowing audiences and audiophiles alike. Read more at tass.com
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Piano Street Site Updates
19 april 2017:
New CD release by Op 111 Productions: "Alma Brasiliera" with pianist Paulo Steinberg.

25 november 2016:
13 Easy Pieces by Beethoven and Gurlitt.

29 July 2016:
New pieces added to the line of Instructive Editions.

18 February 2016:
New pieces added to the line of Instructive Editions.

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

12 February 2016:
Six more composers added to the Audiovisual Study Tool



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