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The Art Of Piano: Great Pianists Of The 20th Century

This video documentary provides a survey of 18 extraordinary keyboard artists that dominated the concert world in the mid 20th century, from Ignaz Paderewski to Claudio Arrau. The program effectively blends archival film with video clips, concert footage and rare artist interviews. Featured performers are Vladimir Horowitz, Artur Rubinstein, Sviatoslav Richter, Sergei Rachmaninov, Glenn Gould, Edwin Fischer, Claudio Arrau, Georges Cziffra, Wilhelm Backhaus, Alfred Cortot, Ignacy Jan Paderewski and Francis Plante performing live and on film. Read more >>

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« on: September 12, 2017, 02:58:10 AM »

 Hello Everyone!

     I am relatively new to the student forum (well actually, the entire forum in general) but I am looking to get some good insight/opinions on a question that I have had to ponder quite a bit lately. I am starting college in the fall as a piano performance major and I was wondering if any of you had advice for someone wants to start competing while studying at university. I have started compiling a list of both local, national, and international piano competitions (good start or not...?) just so I can get a good view for what can potentially be on my horizon. Any ideas or recommendations?

     Thank you all in advance! Smiley
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