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.
In Piano Magazine we chatted with Leif Ove Andsnes about the Rosendal Chamber Music Festival, which he leads and which is held in a privileged natural location in Norway.
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.
Here are some tips for young musicians that the legendary jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal has shared in an interview for Piano Magazine.
Wrist Circles is one of the important piano-playing techniques. It enhances legato, phrasing (also in non-legato and staccato), scales, arpeggios, broken/rolled chords, evenness, small and big leaps, double octaves, chordal work, and more. All that, while keeping your hands free of any stress and injury — it's just magic. Why ...
Artist of the Month
During his interview for Piano Magazine, Robert Hamilton talked about his first book, a great inspiration for any young aspiring artist.
Robert Hamilton: “Music Has Always Been My Language. It Speaks to Me More Deeply and Prevalently Than Anything Else”
Robert Hamilton is an award-winning pianist, recording artist, and internationally respected teacher who has been featured in the book 'The Most Wanted Piano Teachers in the U. S. A.' We sit down with Mr. Hamilton to discuss his life, his dual careers of performer and teacher, and the recent publication ...