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Zlata Chochieva: As an artist, you have to be unique
Zlata Chochieva is a unique pianist of the highest calibre. From Salzburg, where she lives and teaches at the Mozarteum, she enchants music-lovers all over the world with her exceptional artistry, combining natural musical expression with outstanding and self-evident technical ability. Read more...
Comfort and Beauty – Rethinking the Piano Bench
Poised with a contemporary air and pure timeless beauty, the creations of piano bench designer and maker Mario Koch were conspicuously present at the Frankfurt Musikmesse 2018. Under the trademark MAKONI visitors were given a chance to indulge in a different world of the piano’s best friend and companion; the piano bench. Read more...
International Piano – May/June issue
From transcriptions by Liszt and Busoni to new commissions from her own contemporaries, the brilliant young French pianist Lise de la Salle tells IP how J S Bach has inspired her programming across three centuries of piano repertoire; the revolutionary role of the piano in the French protests of 1968; and do technical terms deter listeners? Read more...
Mozart Affinity Embracing Domenico Scarlatti
Federico Colli just released his first album of sixteen Scarlatti Piano Sonatas on Chandos Records. Colli has emerged as one of the most interesting pianists of his generation after victories in the Salzburg Mozart Competition and the 2012 edition of the Leeds International Piano Competition. Read more...
Piano Street at Musikmesse in Frankfurt 2018
This April, Piano Street will be exhibiting at Musikmesse in Frankfurt, Germany. The exhibition will take place at the Messe Frankfurt Convention Centre and is the world’s biggest trade show for musical instruments, sheet music, music production and marketing. Piano Street will be showing the digital services available for individuals and for institutions. Read more...
Documentary: In the Footsteps of Debussy
Warner Classics has recently contributed to both a distant and a close look on Claude Debussy. Their 33-disc set aims to include everything Debussy wrote, from his earliest compositions of 1879-80 to the late sonatas composed during the first world war. As a part of the project Warner Classics has produced a three-part documentary series named ”In the Footsteps of Debussy”. Read more...
A Debussy 100 Tribute
The great French composer Achille-Claude Debussy died 100 years ago, on March 25 in Paris. Debussy is considered one of the fathers of modern music and the most influential of all French composers. From Debussy’s Suite bergamasque, Clair de lune has emerged as the most beloved and appreciated piece of the suite appreciated by pianists on all levels. From the beautiful interiors of Palazzo Chigi in Ariccia, Rome we hear Italian pianist Alessandra Ammara play the piece. Read more...
International Piano – March/April issue
Pianistic polymath Pierre-Laurent Aimard brings a spirit of adventure to Messiaen’s Catalogue d’oiseaux; Paul Roberts explores Debussy’s fascination with visual imagery in the composer’s centenary year; IP celebrates the 80th birthday of virtuoso and activist Frederic Rzewski; and rare treats at Husum’s annual piano festival in northern Germany. Read more...
Piano News Flash
A "Cheesy" Performance?
Soyoung Scanlan knows music. She also knows cheese and makes some delectable varieties. Usually, she listens to something, decides on a name for the cheese she plans to make, and then begins the flavor plan for her newest creation. She once sat on the name "Contralto" for nearly six years before finally deciding on how to make the cheese that fit the name. Read more at playbill.com
The Pitfalls of Accompanying Ballet
As musicians, performers are usually "all about the music" and expect the audience to be too. When one accompanies ballet, however, music is merely the tool on which the dancers base their movements. It's not the "star", and Jonathan Still says that that is the biggest hurdle to overcome as a musician. Read more at playbill.com
Shaping Raw Talent
James Rhodes is renowned around the world as both a performer and a pedagogue. When Rhodes heard 15-year-old Nahuel Hagelstrom play, he knew that his soon-to-be protoge will someday take the world by storm. Read more at elpais.com
Cuban Complexity
Whereas almost all pop and much of classical music relies on simple structures that are subsequently worked out, the Cuban music that interests Harold Lopez-Nussa is complex from the start. The Cuban influence on jazz is strong, and Lopez-Nussa always explores the music's inner intricacies. Read more at npr.org
"Sturm und Drang" in the 21st Century
Neecia Majolly brought Western classical music to the masses in India with her album "The Renaissance Begins". She has also branched out into other fields of musical expression, including representing divisive political issues in both her home country and around the world. Her latest album is, as she puts it, not a "feel-good album". Instead of making people smile, it makes people think. Read more at deccanherald.com
Viennese Comeback
Lang Lang galvanizes the world of classical music like no other performer. After his injury, he remained upbeat about his recovery. In a recent comeback performance of Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 24 in front of thousands of concertgoers, he was controlled, precise, and properly "Mozartian", which brings up the following question: Has he grown up beyond the histrionics? Read more at nytimes.com
Francesco Libetta Tackles Godowsky
The Godowsky Etudes on the works of Chopin are nearly the "Finnegan's Wake" of pianism. They are dense, difficult, and nearly impenetrable. Many never even attempt one, let alone all of them, but Libetta does them all proud. Read more at southfloridaclassicalreview.com
Giltburg’s Nachtmusik
”The second take was an improvement, and we decided to listen to one etude at a time to see what needed re-recording. About half did, and we proceeded from there, getting to No 9 around 4:30am.” Read more at gramophone.co.uk
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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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