International Piano is a unique bi-monthly publication written for and loved by pianists and discerning fans of piano music all over the world.

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.

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 recordings, books, DVDs, sheet music and concerts.

Plus, each issue includes free sheet music – often rare or newly released works – for readers to add to their collections.

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Summer School Round-up

See the major 2015 international summer school offerings.

Coming soon: London International Piano Symposium    

2 January 2013

A trio of three-day piano conferences will begin in February, hosted by London International Piano Symposium (LIPS), founded by Cristine MacKie, and held in association with Steinway & Sons. IP is the Symposium's media partner.

The event welcomes everyone interested in the performance of piano music: artists, scientists, academics, teachers and fans. The symposia will provide an opportunity to hear papers, lecture recitals and debates on the art and science of piano performance by distinguished researchers and practitioners.

During the first The LIPS Conference, which takes place 8-10 February at London’s Royal College of Music, leading researchers and practitioners will examine interdisciplinary, evidence-based directives to enhance modern piano performance practice, assess research into inspirational performers and teachers past and present, and present scientific models of performance that will reflect recent developments in performance science, including neuroscience, the human movement sciences, psychology and physiology.

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