Kirill Gerstein: “So Many Wonderful Things That We Took for Granted Are Now Clearly Not to Be Taken for Granted at All”
Kirill Gerstein details some of his thoughts on commissioning new music, the influence recordings can have on interpretation, and his newest collaboration with mentor Ferenc Rados.
Nelson Goerner shares with Piano Magazine this article about his involvement with the non-profit association Ammala to support Tibetan nomadic peoples. Undoubtedly, it is even further proof of the humanistic qualities of this great artist.
Unpublished recordings by a twenty-one-year-old Nelson Goerner of the Hammerklavier Sonata (Beethoven), the Three Movements of Petrushka (Stravinsky), and the Arabesques on the Blue Danube (Schulz-Evler).
Edwin Fischer’s legendary recording of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier was the first complete cycle on disc — but not the first attempt.
Artist of the Month
Noelia Rodiles is known for her versatility and musicality as a pianist. In this interview, she shares intimate details about her album, “The Butterfly Effect,” as well as her work with rediscovering forgotten pieces.
Cordelia Höfer teaches piano at the Salzburg Mozarteum (Austria). She has had fascinating teaching and performing career and met and worked with some of the top musicians in the world. In this interview we hear stories about Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Wilhelm Kempff, Carlos Kleiber, Tatiana Nikolayeva, Elisabeth Leonskaja, and many others.