Works from the romantic period are some of the most beloved in the piano repertoire. This article explores the main characteristics and considerations for playing works from this period on the piano.
In our latest series of videos, Dave Hall gives a step-by-step guide to improvisation for classical pianists who know their chords and scales, but who simply can’t think of anything to play when faced with a piano but no sheet music.
In this week’s blog post, Graham Fitch explores how imagination and narrative can be used to go beyond a literal rendition of notes to deliver performances that captivate and inspire listeners.
This week’s blogpost features a write-up of our last event for the summer in which harpsichordist and conductor Jory Vinikour took us on a fascinating tour of his collection of keyboard instruments, performing a selection of repertoire to showcase their characteristics.
I’m currently in the process of producing an extensive collection of resources for the syllabus on my Online Academy. These include detailed video walk-throughs providing practice suggestions, tips on style and…