Simone Dinnerstein on the Joy of Bach
Feb 14 2014 4:33PM
Since the critical and commercial acclaim of her self-funded 2007 recording of Bach’s The Goldberg Variations, pianist Simone Dinnerstein has become nothing less than a rock star of Baroque and classical music. More
Pink Martini: The Keyboard Interview
Jan 8 2014 2:09PM
Talking to Pink Martini’s pianist, arranger, and bandleader Thomas Lauderdale just may convince you that he’s the best friend that music will ever have.  Upon listening to any album, it seems that both literally and
Young Organists Compete for Big Money on Historic Pipe Organ
Jul 3 2013 1:00PM
Nestled amidst the seemingly endless varieties of plant life at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania lies a mechanical musical beast. The Longwood Organ has delighted both instrumentalists and listeners alike since
New Releases from Eldar - Download a Free Track!
Apr 10 2013 3:45PM
Pianist Eldar Djangirov first gained attention at age 10 after moving from Kyrgyzstan to the U.S. and shocking audiences with his virtuosic performances. More than 15 years later and with the release of two albums coming up - a
Anderson and Roe
Nov 20 2012 5:00PM
EVEN IF YOU'VE HEARD MICHAEL JACKSON’S “BILLIE JEAN” MILLIONS OF TIMES, you’ve never heard it like Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Roe play it. They give this and other classics worthy groove, intrigue, and power, yet manage to
Marian Petrescu - Extended Interview
Oct 20 2011 12:00AM
by Robbie Gennet   In the first of a series of extended interviews with today's brightest keyboard stars, we sat down at the piano for a talk with Romanian jazz piano phenomenon Marian Petrescu. Though his style has been

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