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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...
The Whole Picture Through the Debussy Lense
Numerous pianists and concert goers around the world are living the ”Debussy 100” this year. We speak to he Swedish/Polish international pianist and London resident Peter Jablonski - one of the French master´s current explorers. Read more...
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...
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...
Piano News Flash
A Momentous Anniversary
Imagine meeting Beethoven and presenting him with a piano. Two centuries ago, that's just what Thomas Broadwood did. What resulted were the final sonatas of Beethoven's monumental collection. This year, celebrations commemorating that meeting will take place all across the world. Read more at rhinegold.co.uk
Dinnerstein, Bach, and Glass: A Schubertian Trio?
Some musicians can do crazy things and seem completely natural while doing them. Simone Dinnerstein is like that. Imagine playing both Bach and Glass with an interpretive style that would seem right at home at Schubert's Stammtisch in Vienna. It's almost as nutty as something Gould would do, but Dinnerstein makes it work. Read more at npr.org
Musical Drama at Its Best
Maurizio Pollini, he of the polished-jewel technique, relied on that technique to provide an incomparable recital that focuses on the waxing and waning of the drama within the music. When one has such technical command, one doesn't need even to think about the notes: They just happen. Read more at newyorker.com
Marc-Andre Hamelin Reaches The Pinnacle
If there were a pianists' hall of fame, names like Ax, Perahia, and Hough would be shoe-ins. Now that Marc-André Hamelin has earned the Gimbel Lane Prize, he joins their rarefied air. Read more at northwestern.edu
The Cutting Edge
When Cristofori, who celebrated a birthday this week, first designed the piano in 1700, it was something new and extraordinary. Tricia Dawn Williams continues that commitment to the "new and exciting" by crafting concerts that embody multiple media and focus on groundbreaking pieces and techniques from the last 100 years. Read more at timesofmalta.com
Malta Takes Its Place on the Musical Map
It's a small island in the Mediterranean, so you would be forgiven for not knowing it's home to one of the most prestigious piano competitions in the world. From more than 700 participants from 74 countries, 70 finalists competed in the idyllic surroundings for the first prize of 100,000 Euros. Read more at timesofmalta.com
Relevant O'Riley Factor
Christopher O'Riley, who is a formidable pianist in his own right, uses his celebrity and reputation to draw young performers to his program, "From the Top", which airs on NPR and PBS. He nurtures these young performers and helps them start their musical careers. Read more at nbc15.com
Music in "The Now"
Dang Thai Son grew up in Vietnam during its eponymous war. He had to practice on a cardboard box top because his piano was rat-infested. Because of this, he never really developed a sense of what was going on around him at a distance of more than a few miles. To this day, his interpretation of the great music he plays is spontaneous and personal. Read more at scmp.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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