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Recent Articles & News

Substituting for the suddenly indisposed Janine Jensen, pianist Paul Lewis shares his ideas on his global Schubert project, classical repertoire focus and views on titans Beethoven vs. Schubert. Read more
The highly anticipated biennial releases of the ABRSM’s new syllabus publications are a significant event in the world of piano education, regardless of whether one chooses to participate in or teach the graded exams. Read more
The World of Piano Competitions is a magazine initiated by PIANIST Magazine (Netherlands and Germany) and its Editor-in-Chief Eric Schoones. Here we get a rich insight into the world of international piano competitions through the eyes of its producers and participants. Read more
Performing Ligeti’s complete Etudes is a challenge for any pianist. Young pianist Han Chen has received both attention and glowing reviews for his recording of the entire set for Naxos. We had the opportunity to speak with the pianist after his impressive recital at the Piano Experience in Cremona last fall. Read more
Susan Tomes' latest book is a captivating and thought-provoking exploration of women pianists’ history, praised for its engaging storytelling, thorough research, and insightful analysis. The book combines historical narrative with Tomes' personal insights as a performing female pianist. Read more
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Pianist Aimard’s Powerful Roots
French pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard is a renowned authority in contemporary music, illuminating both new and past repertoire. With a distinguished international career spanning decades, he has built a vast discography while maintaining a strong commitment to teaching and sharing his expertise.
Read at theviolinchannel.com
Is Lim the Greatest Now?
Stephen Hough, British pianist and jury member, praised Yunchan Lim's performance, stating that he brought a unique quality to the piece, blending control with emotional intensity, power with tender lyricism, defying the notion that piano competition winners all sound alike.
Read at theguardian.com
Composers' Chopin Dedications
Many composers eagerly sought to dedicate their own compositions to Chopin as a testament to their profound admiration and reverence for the maestro. Even in the years following his passing,
Read at interlude.hk
A Supportive Musical Relocation
Since the early 20th century, Paris has been a haven for African Americans seeking refuge from the harsh realities of racism in the United States. For generations of Black Americans, the City of Light presented a beacon of possibility, fresh starts, and escape from racial discrimination's constant din.
Read at andscape.com
Beethoven's Sonata 31 Under the Microscope
Beethoven's Sonata Op 110 was initially overlooked, but its recognition grew thanks to Franz Liszt and his students. Liszt performed it publicly at least twice and taught it in his masterclasses, with some of his comments recorded by Amy Fay, Carl Lachmund and August Göllerich.
Read at gramophone.co.uk
Lang Lang's Olympic Run
Chinese pianist Lang Lang joined the Olympic torch relay in Paris, carrying the torch away from the historic Pantheon on Sunday. The relay's first day in the host city culminated in a fireworks display and cauldron lighting ceremony, coinciding with France's Bastille Day celebrations.
Read at cgtn.com
Japanese Jazz Pianist Akiyoshi
Toshiko Akiyoshi, a Japanese-American jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader, has enjoyed a remarkable career spanning over seven decades. With 14 Grammy nominations, she's a true legend, still actively touring at 94 and making history as the first Japanese musician to attend Berklee College of Music.
Read at classicfm.com

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Latest Piano Albums


Mikael Ayrapetyan:
Khachaturian – Ballet Transcriptions, Masquerade Suite

Mikael Ayrapetyan's recordings of music from his homeland Armenia have been met with admiration. Aram Khachaturian produced two ballet masterpieces – Spartacus and Gayane, symphonic in conception and, in the case of Gayane, marked by the use of leitmotifs. These piano arrangements maintain the texture and clarity of the original orchestral scores, preserving the essence of Khachaturian’s music.
Listen on NML >

Freddy Kempf:
Matt Dibble – 24 Preludes & Fugues

Matt Dibble suddenly and tragically passed away in 2021 shortly after completing his 24 Preludes and Fugues for solo piano, a collection that showcases remarkable versatility, blending neo-Baroque, jazz, pop, and modernist influences into a deeply personal collection crafted over six years. Despite never meeting the composer, Freddy Kempf undertook the recording of Dibble's work with great enthusiasm.
Listen on NML >

Karim Said:
Beethoven, Mozart, Schoenberg, Webern

Karim Said's previous album ‘Legacy’ delved into the relationships between various composers and their protoges, such as Arnold Schoenberg and his pupil Anton Webern, and Schoenberg’s role model Johannes Brahms. Now he explores the two Viennese schools and the evolution of music in Europe through works by iconic composers: Beethoven, Mozart, Schoenberg & Webern.
Listen on NML >

KaJeng Wong:
Mostly Bach

"I'm returning to the source, to the music of two divine composers", KaJeng Wong said about his 'Mostly Bach, All Mozart' concert series. Two live albums were recorded; for the first one Wong has selected his favorites of the French Suites, English Suites and Partitas, but also a Scarlatti Sonata and the famous Petzold Minuet formerly attributed to Bach.
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:
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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:
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24 September 2021:
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15 January 2021:
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