International Piano (IP) incorporates International Piano (formally International Piano Quarterly) and Piano magazine. It is written for pianists and discerning fans of piano music.
Each bi-monthly issue includes interviews with top pianists and rising talent, performance tips, news, features, analysis and comment. You will find exclusive tutorials by concert artists, in-depth articles on piano recordings and repertoire, masterclasses on piano technique, and festival, concert and competition reports from around the globe.
Regular columns include ‘Better late than never’ (for adult beginner pianists), ‘Accompanist’s Diary’, ‘Letter from America’ and ‘Take Five’, covering jazz piano greats. Every edition includes a five-page Symposium, hosted by Jeremy Siepmann, which brings together leading experts and international pianists for a round-table debate.
Our comprehensive reviews section examines the latest CDs, books, DVDs, sheet music, new instruments and accessories.
Plus, each issue includes free sheet music – often rare or newly released works – for readers to add to their collections.
The Musical Brain prepares for upcoming Beethoven conference
16 April 2012
Thinking organisation The Musical Brain has announced
details of its upcoming conference
‘The Beethoven Question: Can Art Make Life Worth Living?’, which will be
held in the Purcell Room at the Southbank Centre on 27 and 28 October.
Speakers include Barry Cooper, world authority on Beethoven and Professor of Music at the University of Manchester, and
writer Stephen Johnson Writer, regular presenter of BBC Radio 3’s Discovering
Music, among other notable participants.
The Musical Brain examines the
effects of music and other art forms upon the human mind, brain and body, and
creates opportunities for intellectuals and artists to debate issues
before an audience of enthusiasts. Delegates include individuals with an amateur interest in the subject and participants from within the music industry.
Tickets are priced £95 for a single day and £160 for the
weekend (with limited student tickets on offer for £45 and £75 respectively)
and are available online here or via the box office on
0844 847 9910.
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