Boris Berezovsky Piano Recital Review 10 June 2014 National Concert Hall, Taipei
Category: Classical piano, 古典鋼琴
I swear before God and as an honest man that I consider the best composer to be Mozart, for he has a perfect mastery of the laws of composition, and has the best taste.
Imagination is more important than knowledge wise words from Einstein, as relevant for music-making as for anything else!
Hello everybody! I just uploaded three recordings to YouTube. Rachmaninoff’s Preludes in C minor and G sharp minor, plus Manos Hadzithakis ‘Conversation with Sergei Prokofiev’ taken from his suite ‘For a Little White Seashell’, op 1. I recorded them in Forum Auditorium in Taipei 2 weeks ago. I hope you enjoy them! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gc-3fItbhAA]
The mind of the performing artist must be as cultured as that of the composer. Culture comes from the observation of many things: nature, architecture, science, sculpture, history, men and women, poetry. I advise aspiring pianists to read a great deal of poetry! Wise words from Teresa Carreno, one of the greatest lady pianists of […]
There is a technique which liberates and a technique which represses the artistic self. All technique ought to be a means of expression. I’m currently compiling a book of favourite quotations by the great pianists of the past. This quote by Hofmann is one of my favourites! People get a bit hung up about technique, […]
trying out the Steinway piano for recording session at Forum Auditorium Taipei. It was a warm 34 degrees outside! Two Rachmaninoff preludes, will be uploaded to new YouTube account next week.
Very beautiful video! lovely piano playing by the Russian maestro Vladimir Viardo. Like my teacher Muza Rubackyte, Viardo was unable to travel from the Soviet Union for many years until visa restrictions were lifted and he was able to perform and teach internationally.
樂評：2013年6月8日台北，兩場鋼琴演奏會 林順欽2013鋼琴獨奏會–數位交響樂團協奏 美國鋼琴家 林恩・雷勵教授 台灣當代鋼琴作品獨奏會 Piano recitals are like buses – you wait ages and then two show up at the same time! First up was Lin Shuennchin at the National Recital Hall at 14.30 to perform Liszt’s first piano concerto and Rachmaninoff’s second concerto – but without orchestra! Instead, with digital orchestra. O brave […]