FEATURED ARTICLE:
Benjamin Grosvenor - The British Romantic
One of the top pianists of today, Benjamin Grosvenor (MGBH) amazes audience with his sensibility and distinct character.
Piano & Technology:
The HINER METHOD
Friendly spiders, Mr. Oops, colorful butterflies, cute mice drinking tea at Princess Tonic's palace. All this is a magnet for toddlers whose eager parents are on a quest to raise XXI century Mozarts.
And All That Jazz:
Lenore Raphael
It took me a while to pick a jazz pianist to interview. Many outstanding artists came to mind, but when I saw a video of Lenore Raphael (MGBH) playing "Misses Jones," I became convinced that she was the one I was looking for.
PIANO ARCHITECTURE:
THE SCHIMMEL EXPERIENCE
Elegant. Futuristic. Unique.
This piano calls your name and awakens a desire to embark on a mission "Pegasus."
TEACHER'S CORNER:
SINGING MUSIC THEORY
Music theory makes the music world go round. That is the motto I like to say at the start of my piano lesson. I find that kids may or may not know what music theory really is.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT:
CODE WORD - IVORY KEYS
For centuries, the one of the main components of a piano – its keys – have been made out of elephant tusks. While many were obtained as the legacy from the elephants who died of natural causes, others ...

CREDITS

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Esther Basha
CREATIVE DIRECTOR
Monica Salucci
EDITOR
Tanya Levy
GRAPHIC DESIGN
John Bardham
Erika Molts
CONTRIBUTING WRITERS
Esther Basha
Chai L. Chien
Alex Davydovich

CREDITS...CONTINUED

PHOTOGRAPHER CREDITS
J. Raphael
Karen Shane
Enid Farber
Brian Kwan
Sophie Wright
Sussie Ahlburg


SPECIAL THANKS
Kathryn Jennings at Hazard Chase (UK)
for arranging an interview
with Benjamin Grosvenor.

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