Gaspard Dehaene’s Introspection on Schubert, Liszt, Satie and more Born in 1987, pianist Gaspard Dehaene is gaining recognition as a leading French pianist of his
In this age of YouTube and social media, many classical musicians are heard and discovered on YouTube. Pianist Valentina Lisitsa is one such example who was discovered on YouTube, and was able to launch a successful concert and recording career. YouTube can help musicians get noticed, but it is indeed not as easy as it seems, nor is it a shortcut to fame. It’s just as competitive as a traditional route of winning piano competitions because it requires a particular set of skills and talent.
Russian-American pianist Regina Shenderovich received her early training at the Special Music School of the St. Petersburg Conservatory in Russia. She holds her Bachelor of Music degree from the Boston Conservatory where she studied with Michael Lewin and Master of Music degree from the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University where she studied with Leon Fleisher.
Those who missed Carles & Sofia’s live performance of the Goyescas opera transcription for four hands during their concert tour can now listen to the work on their new CD, Goyescas in New York. The duo premiered the work at Carnegie Hall on January 28, 2016, marking the
On Thursday evening of June 21, Jason Sia performed a solo recital at the beautiful Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. It was an intimate evening where he treated his audience to a plethora of popular piano works. In his interview with the New York Piano Group, Mr. Sia talks about how these beloved masterworks are memorable and how they can bring a person back to a