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Leif Ove Andsnes, Beethoven Sonata No. 21, Op. 53 Live in The Greene Space

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Hailed by The New York Times as “a pianist of magisterial elegance, power and insight,” Leif Ove Andsnes has embarked on a major multi-season project to perform and record the complete Beethoven piano concertos for Sony Classical.

New York audience joined us in The Greene Space, in his only New York solo appearance this season, as he performs Beethoven Sonatas No. 21, Op. 53 (“Waldstein”) and No. 22, Op. 54, and discusses his deep dive into Beethoven’s music.

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Claude Bolling – Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano Trio – Sentimentale (Live!)

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A treasured recording in my entire flute playing career, a time when I was at the height of musicianship. A period of flute playing I already said goodbye to.

I remember standing in the stage with no one but my pianist and I. All eyes and ears, fully focused on us. In the midst of the quietness and serenity, I coaxed every shape and sound, each breath and each phrase at a time. This was a voice and yearning from the bottom of my heart, through my flute and straight into the hearts of audience.

National University of Singapore Symphony Orchestra
Miniatures Series Concert
University Cultural Centre Theatre
11 Jan 2012

Flute: Ernest Lin
Piano: Elizabeth Saw
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Jazz Pianist Reacts to Watermelon Sugar by Harry Styles

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Award-Winning New York Jazz Pianist, Gerald Clayton plays live for Byron Janis

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“It is an honor to pay tribute to this legend of the piano. To hear Byron Janis breathe life into the music of Chopin, Rachmaninov, Liszt, and so many others is breathtaking. He is a remarkable artist and human being.”
– Gerald Clayton

Gerald Clayton was born on May 11, 1984 in Utrecht, The Netherlands and moved to the United States at a young age. Gerald grew up in a musical family (his father is bassist/composer John Clayton and his uncle saxophonist Jeff Clayton) and was exposed to a variety of musical styles from a very young age. He studied classical piano with Mrs. Linda Buck and jazz piano and composition with Shelly Berg, Kenny Barron and Billy Childs.

Gerald has received numerous awards over the past years, including the Music Center Spotlight Awards in 2001. In 2002 Gerald was presented with the “level 1” award by the National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts (NFAA), was named Presidential Scholar in the Arts and received a scholarship award from the Music for Youth Foundation. He also received the Shelley Manne Award for emerging young artists from the Los Angeles Jazz Society. In September of 2006, Gerald received Second Place in the prestigious Thelonious Monk Institute Jazz Piano Competition.

Despite his young age, Gerald has already performed extensively with numerous outstanding musicians including pianists Benny Green, Mulgrew Miller and Kenny Barron, trumpeter Clark Terry, drummer Lewis Nash and trumpeter Roy Hargrove.

Gerald is a Yamaha Artist.
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Chord Progression Tips And Tricks – Piano Live Lesson (Pianote)

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Chord Progression Tips And Tricks - Piano Live Lesson (Pianote)

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Join Jordan for a practice along with some cool chord progressions and some unique ways to use them in your practice.

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Matching Piano Chords To Melodies

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So you’ve learned how to play the melody of your favorite song (or maybe you’ve even composed your own melody), but now you need chords to match it. How do you know which chords will fit under your melody notes? Here are FOUR ways!

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