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"Blokes don't talk about stuff." These words of David Webb are a launching-point for a Winterreise that is grounded in a concern for mental health. Webb's Winterreise features four singers instead of one, and is conceived as more of a conversation rather than a solitary journey. If you're interested in… [more...]
Wendy Hatala Foley, New Day, 48'x40', acrylic on canvasThe cadence of articles on the Collaborative Piano Blog has alternated between periods of frenzied activity and long hiatus. It's a huge challenge to be a long-term blogger, and my interests and passions tend to change over time, not to mention the… [more...]
One of the challenges of Level 9 and 10 piano in The Royal Conservatory's Piano Syllabus, 2015 Edition is learning to play the I - VI - IV - V6/4 - 8-7 - I chord progression in all the keys (C through F major/minor for Level 9, G flat/F# through… [more...]
Abe Hunter's latest episode of The Lied Society features Michelle Cann, pianist, teacher, community innovator, and the the Eleanor Sokoloff Chair in Piano Studies at Curtis Institute of Music. In her hour-long interview, Michelle talks about teaching at Curtis, balancing solo and collaborative work, and the importance of being well-rounded. Midway… [more...]
Since the start of the pandemic, my professional student Jennifer West has grown Vancouver's Muzewest Concerts to become one of the city's most active concert series, with a regular lineup of concerts, workshops, masterclasses, and podcasts. Since all their events are now online and they can no longer fly artists into… [more...]