Posted 04 October 2016  |  2343 views  |  Music
Eric Wortham II -
The Philadelphia-born pianist, songwriter and producer tours with the likes of Adele and loves to improvise. Eric Wortham II talks to his near-namesake, Erica Worth, before a Seattle gig
Eric Wortham II -
Posted 04 October 2016  |  1865 views  |  Music
Tales out of school
Back in the days of Rachmaninov and Cortot, national schools of playing were thought to be very distinct. Is this still true today? John Evans investigates
Tales out of school
Posted 31 August 2016  |  1757 views  |  Music
Intimate Music Making
Erica Worth spends a magical few days at Martha Argerich’s festival on Lake Lugano in Switzerland – where established masters and young stars make beautiful music together
Intimate Music Making
Posted 31 August 2016  |  2380 views  |  Music
Street Cred
You never used to see pianos in public places but now you see them all over the place. Peter Baber finds out why and asks some of the players what they like about tinkling the ivories in public
Street Cred
Posted 03 June 2016  |  1828 views  |  Music
Argerich everywhere
Martha Argerich turns 75 this year and Warner Classics is celebrating with an amazing line-up of releases, as Inge Kjemtrup reveals
Argerich everywhere
Posted 03 June 2016  |  2518 views  |  Music
The Velvet Gentleman - Erik Satie (1866-1925)
A habitué of the Paris cafés and an intimate of Cocteau and Picasso, composer Erik Satie was enduringly eccentric, just like his music. Peter Quantrill celebrates 150 years of a true original
The Velvet Gentleman - Erik Satie (1866-1925)
Posted 02 June 2016  |  2282 views  |  Music
EMIL GILELS: Centenary Celebration
Emil Gilels was born 100 years ago, and to mark the occasion, Maria Razumovskaya traces the musical journey that gave rise to this great Russian concert pianist. Plus, try the Bach-Siloti Prelude in this issue’s Scores, one of his most famous encores
EMIL GILELS: Centenary Celebration
Posted 18 March 2016  |  2757 views  |  Music
Understanding Theory: Scales
ABRSM’s Syllabus Director Nigel Scaife kick-starts a new series on theory with a look at the most commonly used major and minor scales – and considers how they relate to each other
Understanding Theory: Scales
Posted 18 March 2016  |  1704 views  |  Music
Renaissance man: Stephen Hough
Pianist, composer, writer and painter: Stephen Hough is a true polymath, although even he finds himself challenged by Dvoˇrák’s tricky concerto, as he tells Jessica Duchen
Renaissance man: Stephen Hough
Posted 03 December 2015  |  3569 views  |  Music
Lang Lang: Global citizen
He’s always been a great emissary for the piano, and now Lang Lang has become Global Ambassador for the Leeds Competition. He tells Erica Worth how it all came about
Lang Lang: Global citizen

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