zofo duet

Four hands. Two players. One Piano. Infinite sound possibilities. That’s how Sono Luminus recording duo, ZOFO Duet can be best described.

The team of Eva-Maria Zimmermann and Keisuke Kakagoshi, each accomplished solo-pianists in their own right, are astonishingly ravishing in … [Read More]

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trying on a human scale

(by Gene Yraola)

When it came to the Tribeca Film Festival this year, it wasn’t the movies that attracted our attention but Matthew Matthew’s immersive and interactive exhibition “On A Human Scale.”

The exhibit takes sung notes by an assortment … [Read More]

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chilly gonzales

Did you at one point try to learn the piano and give up in frustration? If so, you’re not alone, and Mr. Chilly Gonzales is here to help.

Gonzales, a Grammy-winning pianist and composer, announced the release of his upcoming … [Read More]

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Serena Wu

Age 9. What a wonderful year. Learning multiplication. Realizing that crayons aren’t edible. Being a premiere Chopin interpreter… Wait, what?

While child prodigies aren’t anything new, Serena Wang is different. There’s no showoff style or prancing of the fingers. No … [Read More]

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Myung Whun Chung

Widely-celebrated conductor Myung Whun Chung is about to turn our ears upside down with his upcoming album as a solo pianist.

The album primarily touches the most recognized of piano works from Debussy, Chopin, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Schubert, Schumann and Mozart … [Read More]

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pitch dog

Who says you can’t teach an old dog some new tricks…or in this case perfect pitch to play piano?

Having a better pitch than a lot of pianists out there, we’re hoping it doesn’t go her head. She’d be real … [Read More]

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bach beatbox

For those in the know, it’s Johann Sebastian Bach’s 329th birthday, but hey who’s keeping count? Teenage pianist Kadar Qian and beatbox extraordinaire Kevin Olusola of Pentatonix (NBC’s Sing Off) reinvent the Goldberg Variation with some modern day love.

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Yoshiki hologram

(By Brian Davidson)

Chalk this one up as a first for a classical concert. At the recent SXSW Festival Japanese phenom and composer Yoshiki challenged the only other performer willing to be as outlandish as him: himself.

In a sight … [Read More]

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cameron carpenter the birth

Say what you want about organist Cameron Carpenter. Outlandish playboy, an overtly confident swagger, maybe too cool for school. But there’s no denying he’s brought more hype for the organ instrument than…ANYONE. If you don’t feel the tingling sensation of … [Read More]

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Yundi

Yundi triumphantly returns the throne as one of the top billing pianist of our generation with his new video of the Beethoven’s “Emperor” Concerto. Wait, who’s Yundi you ask?

Known popularly by his full name Yundi Li, the Chinese pianist … [Read More]

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