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Piano Street’s digital sheet music library is constantly growing. With the additions made during the past months, we now offer the complete piano works by twelve of the most famous Classical, Romantic and Impressionist composers in the web’s most pianist friendly user interface. Read more
Today, January 6 2023, is Alexander Scriabin’s 151st birthday. By acknowledging this Piano Street takes a look at events and news that happened during last year’s Scriabin 150 anniversary by providing a list of interesting and useful Scriabin resources. Read more
They are two world stars from Argentina and have known each other since childhood: Martha Argerich and Daniel Barenboim. Here they perform together with the Berliner Philharmoniker for the first time. We are immensely happy about our continuous collaboration with Berliner Philharmoniker’s Digital Concert Hall which enables us to invite our members to the live streaming of the January 7 & 8 performances in Berliner Philharmonie. Read more
With a handful of articles published every month since it's start in 2007, Piano Street's online magazine now consists of over 500 interviews, news, videos and in-depth articles about all kinds of piano-related topics. These are the 16 most read, discussed or shared articles of 2022. Read more
Last December, in preparation for the Scriabin 150th anniversary (2022), the new complete edition of Alexander Scriabin’s works was published, in twelve volumes. Eric Schoones spoke to the pianist and musicologist Pavel Shatskiy, who was responsible for publishing the piano works. They talked about the composer and pianist Scriabin, his piano, the influence of Chopin and the A.N. Scriabin Memorial Museum in Moscow. Read more
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Piano News Flash

The Grand CFX in London
Yamaha has officially unveiled the latest generation of its flagship concert grand piano, the CFX. The concert featured pianists Noriko Ogawa, Tamara Stefanovich and Fergus McCreadie
Read at pianistmagazine.com
Life As a Prodigy
In an extract from his new childhood memoir, pianist Stephen Hough recalls falling in love with the instrument, pestering his parents for lessons.
Read at theguardian.com
Hand Surgery Saves Young Pianist
After seriously injuring her hand in a knife accident, Emma Carpenter was taken to the plastic surgery department and was operated on the next day.
Read at nhs.uk
Who Will Play Robert's Piano?
Dr. Robert Fiscella owns an antique Steinway that belonged to a renowned European pianist, his late friend, Agi Jambor.
Read at wypr.org
Fujita at Carnegie Hall
The 24-year-old pianist Mao Fujita made his Carnegie Hall debut, shuffling onto the stage of Stern Auditorium, his demeanor unassuming and his back slightly hunched.
Read at nytimes.com
Bryan Wagorn - The Onstaged Pianist
The role gave Wagorn an unusual claim: Few other pianists have played onstage at the Met as many times as he has - eight, after Saturday’s performance, the last for this run of "Fedora".
Read at nytimes.com
So, What About Pianoforte?
As Piatek explains, Poland is a fierce football (soccer) nation but every five years, when the Chopin competition is held, the country - regardless of anyone's connection or familiarity to classical music - turns its attention to the event.
Read at theutahreview.com

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Jon Kimura Parker & Nicolas Namoradze, Recital
From Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Works by Lutoslawski, Beethoven, Ravel, Rachmaninoff/Namoradze and Rachmaninoff. Listen at isabeldigitalconcerthall.queensu.ca

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Latest Piano Albums


Jacob Greenberg:
Living Language

Jacob Greenberg, a longtime member of the International Contemporary Ensemble, explores how composers build on their cultural heritage with a creative vocabulary, giving thoughtful tribute while also seeking renewal. The album features music by Bartók, Chopin, Janácek, Wang Lu, and George Lewis,
Listen on NML >

Tamara Stefanovich:
Vassos Nicolaou – Etudes & Frames

Tamara Stefanovich first met Vassos Nicolaou when they were both students. Years later, when she was invited to commission a new work from any composer, Vassos was first on her list. "Today his 15 Etudes has become a testament to an immeasurably innovative freedom…even while playing them, I am struck by the quality of illusions, which gives me the feeling of owning not just countless pairs of hands, but several pairs of ears as well."
Listen on NML >

Peter Donohoe:
Mozart – Piano Sonatas Vol. 6

After four years, Peter Donohoe reaches the end of his survey of Mozart's 18 piano sonatas, recordings that have been very well received: "It was high time someone blew the interpretive cobwebs off this still under-appreciated repertoire" (BBC Music Magazine) "...he plays these pieces with a personal involvement that is as touching as it is fascinating and finely considered." (Gramophone)
Listen on NML >

Clélia Iruzun:
Borenstein – Piano Concerto, Shirim, Light & Darkness

With this album, the composer Nimrod Borenstein wants to celebrate the piano and his long-running musical friendship with the pianist Clélia Iruzun. "It shows the instrument in all its glory through three of the essential setting possibilities: as a solo instrument with orchestra (in the concerto), as an important partner in chamber music (in the piano quintet Light and Darkness), and alone in the 18 pieces that compose Shirim."
Listen on NML >

Piano Street Site Updates

1 February 2022:
We celebrate 20 years online with an updated webdesign of pianostreet.com.

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:
Visit Piano Street at the Frankfurt Music Expo.