Bringing Baroque Music to Life

Tips and resources for playing baroque music stylistically and expressively on the piano!

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Start 2022 On a High Note!

Start the New Year on a high note by joining us online or in person on 15th January for or for a variety of inspiring and informative piano-themed events!

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Highlights & Most Popular Content of 2021

We’re currently taking a break, but here are some highlights and links to our most popular content and events from the last year.

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Festive Greetings & Christmas Gifts!

Festive greetings and a special Christmas gift for our readers!

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Schubert, Liszt and Structuring a Practice Session

In this month’s practice clinic, Graham Fitch answered questions on works by Schubert, Liszt, Couperin and Chopin. Topics discussed included time management, building speed and evenness.

By |December 16th, 2021|Practising|0 Comments

Beethoven Piano Sonata in C Major (Op. 3 No. 2)

Pianist and captain of The Piano Boat, Masayuki Tayama, gives a guided tour of Beethoven’s third piano sonata in C major, Op. 2 No. 3.

Trinity Syllabus Intermediate Grades

New video walk-throughs featuring selected repertoire from the intermediate grades (4 to 6) for the 2021-23 Trinity syllabus are now available!

Chopin, Liszt, Jumps and Chords

Our latest Practice Clinic recording features answers to questions on chords, developing speed, pedalling and jumps in works by Chopin, Debussy, Mendelssohn and Liszt.

By |November 18th, 2021|Practising|0 Comments

Using the Cycle of Fifths

In this week’s blog post, David Hall, explores how pianists can use the Cycle of Fifths for various purposes, including learning scales, chords, chord progressions and improvisation.

The Importance of Teaching Healthy Technique

In this week’s blog post, Penelope discusses the importance of teaching healthy technique and shares a few tips and suggestions for doing so!