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Pianist Starts Small

When Stephen De Pledge was a child, he played his little xylophone most of the time back in Wairarapa, New Zealand. After they realised that he sort of had some interest in music, it prompted his parents to get him a piano. Years later, this small decision led Stephen...

The Experts Keeping Pianos in Tune

There are some instruments where you will be better off learning how to tune it yourself. However, when it comes to the piano, it is usually best to leave it to the experts. As of today, there is still no machine that can replace piano tuners or piano technicians. In...

Youngest Pianist to Receive Degree-Equivalent Diploma

Just last year when Curtis Elton passed his Grade 8 music examinations, both his parents as well as his teachers were in disbelief. This year, the 9-year-old took things to a whole new level when he became the youngest person in the world to ever receive a...

The Reason Pianists Care About Steinway Sale

Since last month’s announcement that Steinway Musical Instruments agreed to sell itself to the hedge-fund firm Paulson & Co. for five hundred and twelve million dollars, there have been many panicked piano lovers who have taken to the Piano World forums, a...

Greatest Piano Player

Neville Cardus, an astute music critic, at one point of time stated that Vladimir Horowitz was the best pianist ever before retracting his statement. The reason he retracted his statement was because there were many other pianists who have yet to be born yet. Just a...

Learning A Sonata in An Afternoon

Jacob Velasquez may only be 5 years old, but do not be fooled by hi age. The piano prodigy, who was already reading music sheets a year ago, is capable of learning an entire sonata in just one afternoon. His photographic memory is the key in helping him to play...