For the Wigmore neophyte, I doubt I could have selected a better concert to introduce my companion for the evening to the delights of London’s “sacred shoebox”: Georgian pianist Khatia Buniatishvili dazzled in a highly accomplished performance of music by Mussorgsky’s ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’ and a selection of short virtuosic works by Liszt.
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“It’s not all about Lang Lang, Yuja Wang or Yundi Li. Potential new superstars are emerging each year” - guest post by Michael Johnson exploring the oeuvre of two little-known #Chinese #pianists https://crosseyedpianist.com/2018/12/08/piano-without-borders/ #piano #classicalmusic #blog #pianoblog
“I fell in love with music and the piano at about 4 years old” Meet #pianist @annieyimpianist https://crosseyedpianist.com/2018/12/06/meet-the-artist-annie-yim-pianist/ #piano #meettheartist #interview
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Playing Michael Parekowhai’s ‘He Korero Purakau mo Te Awanui o Te Motu: story of a New Zealand river’, a #steinway #piano coveted in Maori carvings, on display @royalacademyarts #Oceania
“There is a path to being a musician – being passionate about the music, the instrument, the composers and their works. I think every musician has his or her own way of expressing this passion” #pianist #interview #meettheartist https://meettheartist.site/2018/12/05/lilit-grigoryan-pianist/
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