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- John McCabe (1939-2015)
IP was saddened to learn of the death of composer and pianist John McCabe on 13 February. Pianist Mark Bebbington spoke to Guy Rickards about the output of John McCabe ahead of a recital at Birmingham Conservatoire to mark the composer’s 75th birthday in 2014. This article originally appeared in the March/April 14 edition of IP, pp67-67
- Lured by the left
Over 6,000 works exist for the left hand alone, yet most remain relegated to the murky depths of the piano repertoire. Jeremy Nicholas examines the history and importance of this music in conversation with specialists Clare Hammond and Nicholas McCarthy. First published in the July/August 2014 edition of International Piano (issue 26).
- A pandemic and the piano
As the world marks World AIDS Day on 1 December, IP considers the effect the disease has had on the global piano community. First published in the Nov/Dec 14 edition (issue 28).
- Pianist-composer Dejan Lazic on writing his first concerto
In our Nov/Dec edition (issue 28) pianist and composer Dejan Lazic shares his experience of writing and premiering his first large-scale work, the Piano Concerto in Istrian Style, Op 18
- 30 Under 30
It's impossible to predict the future, particularly with regard to pianistic talent. Claire Jackson tentatively selects 30 pianists under 30 who are likely to dominate the world stage in years to come. First published in the May/June 2014 issue of International Piano.
- On the brandwagon - fundraising in the 21st century
amended article, first published in issue 23 Jan/Feb 2014
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