PLAYING THE PIANO turns idle leisure time into real pleasure time for busy people.
The busiest people you know—presidents, industrial leaders, scientists, doctors, have wide interests, share many hobbies. And the one that is most cherished of all is playing the piano.
If you’ve often said to yourself, ‘I wish I could play, too…wish I’d learned when I was young enough!’ …good news! You are young enough, thanks to modern teaching methods. Drop in and let us show you…soon.
Tabernacle Art Exhibition, Port Talbot.
I love this so much!!
Another violin recital done #violin #recital #piano #music
Then this happened… #piano #pianobug #needlessons #ishouldvepostedaselfie #ohyouknow
Sometimes when I drink, I think.
I think about people who don’t like Brahms.
And I still love you guys
but Op. 119 though.
When I’m 80 years old (assuming), I’ll still be listening to what it has to say.
"Watchman’s Song" - Lyric Pieces Book 1, Op. 12, No. 3, by Edvard Grieg: More on the Lyric Pieces here.
Flashback to last week’s Mix @ The Max: Hammer and Key featuring DSO Assistant Conductor Teddy Abrams, Sebastian Chang, and Chase Morrin
so i found this plaque on a piano in my practice room today…
From pleading with his parents to buy him a piano as a child to playing in the world’s most renowned concert halls today, pianist Stephen Hough has spent decades immersed in the rich world of classical piano repertoire. Stephen shares with us what that process has been like and how he approaches a piece of music: “This is not a bubble bath!”
Lincoln Center Great Performers
Alice Tully Hall
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