Rising pianist Christian Sands on playing jazz
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Menahem Pressler embarks on a solo career after a lifetime spent playing with others.
By Stuart Isacoff
Peter Serkin: A Strange Trip Indeed
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The piano as quintessential machine for songwriting
By Damian Fowler
Barn-raising with the American Pianists Association in Indianapolis.
By Lara Downes
A pianist insinuates classical music into The Big Easy.
By Ben Finane
Fred Hersch wasn't ready to quit.
By Clifford S. Tinder
The time is ripe for a fuller appreciation of Ferruccio Busoni.
By Rebecca Schmid
A young German-Japanese pianist has America in her sights.
By Brian Wise
Wherein Glenn Gould makes a convincing argument
By Lara St. John
Adventurous as a pianist and composer, Conrad Tao is reshaping the image of the piano virtuoso for the twenty-first century.
By Thomas May
Igor Levit is one of the most striking pianists to emerge in a recently crowded field.
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Many of today's pianists are equally comfortable in classical and jazz idioms.
By Jed Distler
Israeli mandolinist Avi Avital discusses the rich history of his instrument; the nonexistent border between folk and classical; transcriptions and commissions; embedding nuance; and the artistic persona.
By Ben Finane
An unlikely unifier.
By Jens F. Laurson