Art and Design
With impeccable technique and tremendous musical sensitivity, few artists generate as much electricity as Yuja Wang. The LA Times wrote of her
There's no cheating, it's music in its sheer truth. So says Philadelphia Orchestra Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin talking about the pianist Jan Lisiecki
The swelling sounds of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra fill the Paris Philharmonie, at a concert to pay homage to Italian conductor Claudio Abbado
Prodigious technique, wildly imaginative and breath-taking stage presence…. just some of the glowing descriptions which follow Chinese pianist Yuja
The March 11 2015 concert is the first public classical event with the new piano, at the Liszt Academy in Budapest. Gergely Bogányi plays Bach, Schubert and Schumann.
A new concept piano priced at 200,000 euros hopes to offer a more balanced and powerful sound, better directed at the audience.
One of the most outstanding bass-baritones of our time, Bryn Terfel returned to the stage of La Scala in Milan – with a very personal recital.
A state-of-the-art concert hall with unrivalled acoustics; these are the credentials that enable Montreal to host the great artists of today and
Crouched over their keyboards, the intensity of the moment etched on their faces, two pianists give a free-flowing, improvised performance in a
He has been on the crest of a “jazz wave” for decades now. An adventurer in music, exploring all the genres, he’s even invented one or two Chick
Concerto Number One for Piano and Orchestra by Johannes Brahms is the piece Hélène Grimaud chose to perform on her tour in Japan, a country the
Natural beauty, spectacular gardens… one of Tuscany’s most enchanting estates, tucked away in the lush green hills, La Foce; its fascinating history
Stefano Bollani is a popular Italian jazz pianist who also plays classical music. In Rome he performed Maurice Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G, conducted
Here are some extra excerpts from our interview with pianist Rudolf Buchbinder and conductor Fabio Luisi (in Italian).
Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 is considered one of the most harrowing pieces in the classical repertoire.
Austrian pianist Rudolf Buchbinder is
Four hands, two sisters. They are the most famous piano duo in the world: Katia and Marielle Labèque from the Basque region of France.