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Recent Articles & News
Alexander Gadjiev – To Save the World
Our meeting took place in Krefeld, at Kawai – the Japanese make of piano with which Alexander Gadjiev has become so familiar since his success at the Hamamatsu competition. Now his career is really taking off in Europe too: Gadjiev is a BBC New Generation Artist until the end of 2021 and is also one of the 25 chosen contestants at the upcoming 16th International Tchaikovsky Competition, 17-29 June in Moscow. Read more...
Through Nupen’s Eyes: Young Legends Play Mozart
On 11 March 1966, two great young pianists appeared together in public for the first time: Daniel Barenboim and Vladimir Ashkenazy played Mozart's Concerto for two pianos at the Fairfield Halls, Croydon. Looking in the back mirror we realize the unique importance of this performance hi-lighting the two young pianists in the middle of building world famous careers. Read more...
German Piano Award 2019
Frankfurt Musikmesse kicked off its 2019 edition by presenting the 9th edition of The International German Piano Award’s Grand-Prix-Final Concerts. This year’s winner in the finals at Alte Oper Frankfurt on March 31 was South Korean pianist Jeung Beum Sohn. Read more...
Build a Paper Piano with Nintendo Labo!
Not enough space for a piano? A foldable paper piano may solve that particular problem but don’t expect to play your favourite piano pieces on it. Read more...
Keep Track of the Latest Piano Albums with Piano Street
Piano Street’s mission is to promote classical piano music, and we are always looking for new ways to enable you to listen, learn, and play. There’s no question that piano playing is thriving all over the world, and on the World Wide Web – just look at the flood of new recordings, videos, and streamed concerts constantly available just a few clicks away. Read more...
Chopin and His Europe
The whole piano world is teaming up for the 18th International Chopin Competition to be held in Warsaw, 2 to 23 October 2020. Stanislaw Leszczynski of The Chopin Institute talked to Piano Street’s Patrick Jovell at the Philharmonie in Warsaw. Read more...
Claire Huangci's Complete Perspective: The Rachmaninoff Preludes
Pianist Claire Huangci, winner of the Geza Anda Competition 2018, just played in New York celebrating the launch of her new Rachmaninoff Preludes album on Berlin Classics. Like her complete Chopin Nocturnes album before that – for the same label – the complete Rachmaninoff 24 Preludes has been received with great acclaim internationally. Piano Street asked the ever touring pianist a few questions about her latest release. Read more...
Digital Piano? Oh No – 100% Analogue!
What happens when innovative acoustical ideas come across a vintage broken piano? Well, Ukrainian musicians transformed it into a unique and completely analog hybrid of 20 different instruments that are each connected and controlled by the piano keys. Read more...
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Piano News Flash
2019-06-25
Perfectly Imprecise!
Because of our tricky ears, piano tuners expand the range of the high and low notes of a piano so that, when adjusted in our minds, they sound perfectly in tune. But is a piano ever perfectly in tune? It turns out that piano tuning is an art of compromise. Read more at abc.net.au
2019-06-24
Parting With a Piano
People who own old uprights, especially the oak and walnut ones, often have the same problem as those with homes full of traditional brown furniture: When you need to get it out of your house, you can't sell it or even give it away. Read more at washingtonpost.com
2019-06-23
Gillham On Playing All Five
"There is a universalism to his music and an honesty that speaks directly. To me, Beethoven's music is an agent for good in this world; it is incredibly powerful without being explicitly political. And in the case of the concertos, the soloist is the personification of the individual, who toils, struggles, celebrates and loves deeply." Read more at adelaidereview.com.au
2019-06-22
In The Racing Track
"Competitions are for horses, not artists," said Béla Bartok. Esteemed Irish pianist and educator John O'Conor believes that they are "a necessary evil" - a way for young musicians to get noticed in today's busy music scene. Read more at limelightmagazine.com.au
2019-06-21
Summer Piano Jazz
On his new release, "Overjoyed", Fuller translates that invaluable experience into a deeply personal statement of jubilation directly communicated through rhythmically charged, yet sensitively inflected, improvisation. Read more at wrti.org
2019-06-20
The Piano Key Missing
"In Monroe, Louisiana, in the university. I did the rehearsal, went to freshen up at the hotel, came back, and when I went out on stage the piano was closed. I tried to open it but it was locked. And no one had the key." Read more at irishtimes.com
2019-06-20
Hear Yuja Wang in Gershwin in Vienna Tonight
Hear a program that highlight the connections between Austria and the New World. Gustavo Dudamel conducts The Vienna Philharmonic. The admission to this open-air concert is free - a gift of the Vienna Philharmonic to all Music Lovers! Join us in the stunning setting of the gardens of Schönbrunn Palace, on Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 8:45pm. No tickets are required for attending the concert. Read more at sommernachtskonzert.at
2019-06-19
Great Composers Demand Change
"With piano concertos, we know beforehand what we are going to get," she said. "But with solo works, it's so bloody difficult. The great composers always change. And as you change, they change. Especially with the Schubert sonatas, I discovered that I truly have changed." Read more at
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Piano Street Site Updates
15 January 2019:
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.

21 December 2018:
The premiere issue of the magazine about the world of piano competitions is available for free download at Piano Street.

10 April 2018:
Visit Piano Street at the Frankfurt Music Expo.

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.

18 February 2016:
New pieces with piano practice tips added to the line of Instructive Editions.

Latest Piano Albums
2019-06-21
Julia Rinderle:
Schubertiade on Piano


On her debut album, Julia Rinderle made a world premiere recording of Anselm Hüttenbrenner’s “Ghost Variations”. Now she has turned to his much more famous friend, Franz Schubert, whose depth, maturity and songfulness she says has had a strong impact on her musicianship.
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2019-06-21
Yerin Kim:
First and Last Words


Yerin Kim has long been interested in differing styles within a composer’s works and how it should be understood and performed. Here she presents a broad spectrum of the music and humanity of Schumann and Schnittke, contrasting youthful pieces with works written during the composers’ late years.
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2019-06-14
Joanna Goodale:
Bach in a Circle


Bach in a Circle proposes the unexpected encounter between the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and the whirling dervishes. Original Bach pieces enter into a dialogue with Goodale’s Sufi-inspired rewritings of Bach’s music and transcriptions of Sufi chants from Turkey and Iran.
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2019-06-14
88 Squared:
Falling Pieces


Daniel Ott's Falling Pieces is an intriguingly modern take on an instrumental setup that nearly got lost in the surges of modern music production. The piano duo who performs the works on the album, Karen and Jeffrey Savage of 88squared, are close friends of Ott who also commissioned the second work on the album, Fantasy on a Falling Line.
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