Turbulence and Demons of a great artist I was on my way home from the airport sorry not to have been able to listen this
Keyboard Trust Artist, Thomas Kelly, is among the five pianists selected to perform in the finals of the 20th edition of the Leeds International Piano
Yuanfan Yang at La Mortella The Walton Foundation, Ischia Miracles are rare but not when you are in the paradise that Susana Walton created in
Bewitched and amazed by Vitaly Pisarenko in Colombia A recital of refined intelligence and sumptuous piano playing. A pianistic perfection of kaleidoscopic colour and elegance
Keyboard Trust Artist, Victor Maslov, has won Second Prize at the Classic Piano International Competition in Dubai. Congratulations to Victor!
Liszt restored to greatness Liszt noted on the sonata’s manuscript that it was completed on February 2, 1853, but he had composed an earlier version
Chloe Jiyeong Mun in Warsaw with playing of such subtle artistry, ravishing colours and passion. From three Mazurkas op 56 played with an improvisatory freedom
In this podcast prize-winning pianist Mark Viner talks to Dr Elena Vorotko. At the end of the interview please hear Mark’s live recording from the
Elia Cecino in Grosseto – a superb recital from a pianist who has acquired in the past year an authority and mastery way beyond his
Even in Ginastera, a piece of great effect, he brought his sense of colour and discovery to the first movement …the slow movement was even
Congratulations to Artem Yasynskyy who came second in the Sidney International Online Piano Competition and was awarded the Percy Grainger prize Artem is also the
Edward Leung has been named as the recipient of the Philharmonia Orchestra’s 2021 – 2022 MMSF Piano Fellowship. Edward commented: “I am very grateful for
It’s official, the winners of the 2021 Sydney International Online Piano Competition have been revealed! Congratulations to Italian-Slovenian pianist Alexander Gadjiev, who has been crowned
An early A minor sonata of Schubert was played with extraordinary orchestral texturing that brought everything he did vividly to life. His sense of dance
An afternoon of pure magic as we were taken to a world of sumptuous sounds. Jewels that glistened and shone with such ravishing beauty. I
Che festa! What a party for the final concert in the Maurizio Baglini project festival held over the last three days in Rome.Two in the
Once again I was mesmerised by Victor’s recent performances that show a mastery of sound and colour allied to his intelligent musicianship and passionate involvement.
The Piano Concerto No. 25 in C major K.503, was completed by Mozart on December 4, 1786, alongside the Prague Symphony K. 504. Although two
An amazing journey indeed for Dinara Klinton as she took us on a nostalgic journey to her homeland. Some sumptuous sounds and a feeling of
From the luminosity of one of Bach’s loveliest creations through the astonishing pyrotechnics of Feinberg’s revisitation of Tchaikowsky. And from the depths of creation scaling
Read Christopher Axworthy’s commentary of Damir Durmanovic’s recital at Steinway Hall, London.
Keyboard Trust Artist Iyad Sughayer has been selected as one of seven for the Young Concert Artists Trust roster of young artists, from a highly
JS Bach Goldberg Variations JONATHAN FERRUCCI in conversation with Christopher Axworthy and performing extracts. Goldberg – Ferrucci at St Mary’s (28 March 2021) The start
Read Christopher Axworthy’s review of Luke Jones’ recent recital at Cranleigh Arts Centre: Luke Jones for Cranleigh Arts Simplicity,Intelligence and virtuosity