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Piano performance of classical music

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Performances in over thirty countries on four continents Teaching experience at Vassar College and the Conservatoire de Neuilly Currently Professor of Music at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music


Eastman School of Music B.M Juilliard School M.S. Peabody Conservatory of Music Doctoral Program Student of Nadia Boulanger, Wilhelm Kempff, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli

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2015-08-14 help identifying a classical song:

Hello Justin,    You're right.  The quality isn't good enough to identify the piece, but according to the brief announcement it was part of "The Fairy Queen" or "The Faerie Queene" by English composer

2015-06-26 identify piano piece in background of video:

Hello Tia,    Thanks for your question - and some beautiful coverage of butterflies!    This is not classical music in fact.  It is generally called "background music".  One hint here - if the music says

2014-05-07 Chopin's Nocturne Opus 15 - 2 Doppio movement:

Hello Louisa,    It's good to hear from you.  You've selected one of the best Nocturnes of the lot with this one.  The ideal way to play the doppio movimento is simply to think of them separately and that

2014-03-26 Help:

Hello Gabriel,    I can't seem to access the music on my computer.  If it's classical, I have a pretty good   grasp of the music in general but I'm not very advanced with computers.  Could you let me know

2014-02-23 Chopin Nocturne. Opus 15 no 2:

Hello Louisa -    It's good to hear from you.    That Nocturne is one of the tough ones, technically speaking, and it's certainly one of the loveliest.  For the "doppio" part, accent the THUMB of the right


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