The Hal-o-ween Piano Digest

Classical music is kind of creepy in a way. Honestly, with so many dead composers who have made an impact on society, and who led lives of drama, I’m surprised that I couldn’t find more composer ghost stories. The ghost of Erik Satie watches a performance of Gymnopédie No. 1 One day I was... Continue Reading →

Contemporary Spotlight: Solo Harpsichord Repertoire

It’s easy for pianists to forget the modest ancestor of the modern piano. How easy to forget? So easy that I ended up learning to play organ before I even touched a harpsichord. And the organ requires far more adaptation and training (it’s the most multitasking-heavy instrument I’ve ever encountered). But then in the fall... Continue Reading →

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