I can answer any questions on classical piano music and am very familiar with the piano in chamber ensembles. I'm also very familiar with the big names in the piano world and can answer questions about the best piano recordings.
I am active in my community as a performer in chamber and solo music. I also have a part-time job in a store that sells classical music.
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Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance and Master of Music in Piano Performance; University of Redlands; Redlands, California
College: School of Music Service Award; Concerto competition winner MTA Young Artists Competetion Redlands Bowl Young Artist Winner
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Any of the Mozart piano concertos should do the trick. Personally, I like Murray Perahia's interpretation of these pieces. But Mitsuko Uchida is great too. I also like Rudolf Serkin. As to which piano
With the information you provide, I seriously doubt that anyone on allexperts is going to be able to answer your question. Why don't you contact WFMT Chicago and ask for their playlist for the day that
Two books come to mind. The first one is The Art of the Piano by David Dubal. I have the first edition of this book that was written in the 1980s but he did update it later on with more entries. The
Try one of the Chopin Ballades first, although they are a little longer in duration than the Nocturnes. Also, the Rachmaninoff Preludes are beautiful shorter pieces (I think the longest one is probably
Avi, The Nocturnes of Chopin are beautiful music but listening to all of them at once can be tiresome. Usually, when I check out a new composer, I take it in small doses. It helps me as a listener
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