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In place of the two Baroque Festival concerts that were to have taken place this April (Baroque Festival: Genius of Rome and Baroque Festival: Orpheus of Rome, conducted by Bojan Cicic) we will present our Spotify playlist of Baroque music from the Eternal City, on our SSO Spotify channel.

We hope you'll enjoy it. The list will be shared here on 9 April.

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In place of the two Baroque Festival concerts that were to have taken place this April (Baroque Festival: Genius of Rome and Baroque Festival: Orpheus of Rome, conducted by Bojan Cicic) we will present our Spotify playlist of Baroque music from the Eternal City, on our SSO Spotify channel.

We hope you'll enjoy it. The list will be shared here on 9 April.

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A CORONAVIRUS critical care nurse sang “we will rise up” on a piano in a breath-taking performance to cheer up her heroic NHS colleagues.

The talented pianist, called Hannah, sang a cover of Andra Day’s Rise Up which includes uplifting lyrics to keep spirits high as her team battles coronavirus on the frontline.

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A CORONAVIRUS critical care nurse sang “we will rise up” on a piano in a breath-taking performance to cheer up her heroic NHS colleagues.

The talented pianist, called Hannah, sang a cover of Andra Day’s Rise Up which includes uplifting lyrics to keep spirits high as her team battles coronavirus on the frontline.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #nurse #hospital #AndraDay #healthcare

Given the current circumstances, the 2020 Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition will unfortunately not be able to take place on the scheduled dates.

The Queen Elisabeth Competition team is checking if postponement is possible.

They ask all ticket holders for their patience as they look into the different postponement options along with the question of the many tickets and subscriptions that have already been sold.

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Given the current circumstances, the 2020 Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition will unfortunately not be able to take place on the scheduled dates.

The Queen Elisabeth Competition team is checking if postponement is possible.

They ask all ticket holders for their patience as they look into the different postponement options along with the question of the many tickets and subscriptions that have already been sold.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #QueenElisabeth #competition #postponed #teacher

His gifted musicianship helped turn him into a global superstar, but Sir Elton John is living without a piano for the first time during quarantine.

Elton, 73 - who has played piano from a very young and started lessons when he was seven - joked: 'I have to be quarantined in the only house I have ever been in without a piano.'

He had to use his son's keyboard.

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His gifted musicianship helped turn him into a global superstar, but Sir Elton John is living without a piano for the first time during quarantine.

Elton, 73 - who has played piano from a very young and started lessons when he was seven - joked: 'I have to be quarantined in the only house I have ever been in without a piano.'

He had to use his son's keyboard.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #EltonJohn #keyboard #quarantined

From the SSO archives, recordings of the father of Singapore classical music, Leong Yoon Pin (5 Aug 1932 - 13 April 2011).

On Wed 8 Apr, we will publish videos featuring the music of Leong Yoon Pin, performed by the SSO.

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From the SSO archives, recordings of the father of Singapore classical music, Leong Yoon Pin (5 Aug 1932 - 13 April 2011).

On Wed 8 Apr, we will publish videos featuring the music of Leong Yoon Pin, performed by the SSO.

#sso #livestream #orchestra #composer #covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #SGUnited

The health and safety of all Trinity candidates, examiners and staff is our absolute priority. Therefore, due to the increasing spread of COVID-19, we have taken the decision to suspend all exams and awards with immediate effect.

Trinity is committed to supporting the hard work of candidates and teachers around the world. We know the amount of time and effort involved in preparing for our assessments, and how disappointing it will be to have to postpone exams.

We are therefore... See More

The health and safety of all Trinity candidates, examiners and staff is our absolute priority. Therefore, due to the increasing spread of COVID-19, we have taken the decision to suspend all exams and awards with immediate effect.

Trinity is committed to supporting the hard work of candidates and teachers around the world. We know the amount of time and effort involved in preparing for our assessments, and how disappointing it will be to have to postpone exams.

We are therefore working on a number of exciting new initiatives that will enable candidates for certain examinations to submit work digitally during this difficult period.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #TrinityCollegeLondon #tcl #exam #teacher #parent #PianoTeacher

Due to the government closure of work places, our offices will be closed from 7 April to 4 May. We will be unable to answer telephone calls during this time. If you need to contact us please email su-san@abrsm.ac.uk.

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Due to the government closure of work places, our offices will be closed from 7 April to 4 May. We will be unable to answer telephone calls during this time. If you need to contact us please email su-san@abrsm.ac.uk.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #abrsm

"It definitely feels deeply odd to be thinking about an album rollout at this time," reflects pianist Aaron Parks. "But on the other hand, as a listener and as somebody who's affected by this as well, I know how much I'm needing to get my mind off of this."

Parks, a leading jazz pianist, is speaking by phone from his mother's house in Putnam County, N.Y., where he and his wife have relocated for the time being. He's referring, of course, to the widespread anxiety and disruption caused... See More

"It definitely feels deeply odd to be thinking about an album rollout at this time," reflects pianist Aaron Parks. "But on the other hand, as a listener and as somebody who's affected by this as well, I know how much I'm needing to get my mind off of this."

Parks, a leading jazz pianist, is speaking by phone from his mother's house in Putnam County, N.Y., where he and his wife have relocated for the time being. He's referring, of course, to the widespread anxiety and disruption caused by the coronavirus — a story that has unfolded just as he prepares to release a new album, Little Big II: Dreams of a Mechanical Man. The cognitive dissonance of a promotional cycle in the face of a global pandemic isn't lost on him.

#AaronParks #album #release #jazz #covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome

Bollywood celebs are keeping themselves, as well as their fans, entertained amid the 21-day lockdown by trying out new activities and sharing glimpses on social media. While some are taking up various challenges by their co-stars, others are learning how to play musical instruments.

Actor Hrithik Roshan shared a video on Instagram in which he can be seen playing a piano.

The video begins with the actor saying, "Hi guys, it is the 7th day of lockdown, I just hope you guys are... See More

Bollywood celebs are keeping themselves, as well as their fans, entertained amid the 21-day lockdown by trying out new activities and sharing glimpses on social media. While some are taking up various challenges by their co-stars, others are learning how to play musical instruments.

Actor Hrithik Roshan shared a video on Instagram in which he can be seen playing a piano.

The video begins with the actor saying, "Hi guys, it is the 7th day of lockdown, I just hope you guys are using your time to learn something new every single day." He then appreciates the kids who are attempting to learn new things in the period of lockdown.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #HrithikRoshan #bollywood #celebrity

With most Hongkongers staying home to help stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus, Ming’s Piano lost 70 per cent of its normal operating profit during its worst month in February since the outbreak started in the city.

But the music instruction centre recently managed to get some students in front of carefully sterilised keyboards in mobile classrooms made by loading pianos onto special trucks.The centre’s first “piano truck” hit the road on February 20, 2020, and since then two... See More

With most Hongkongers staying home to help stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus, Ming’s Piano lost 70 per cent of its normal operating profit during its worst month in February since the outbreak started in the city.

But the music instruction centre recently managed to get some students in front of carefully sterilised keyboards in mobile classrooms made by loading pianos onto special trucks.The centre’s first “piano truck” hit the road on February 20, 2020, and since then two others have been rolled out to reach students across Hong Kong.

The company is now looking ahead to a post-pandemic future, and planning to keep the trucks moving for the convenience of their students.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #mobile #teacher #parent #lesson