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March 29, 2020 at 3:45am

If you’re a fan of classical music, then you assuredly know about the famous piano. Used in concerts everywhere, the piano has a long history of bringing music to life with its delicate sound and beautiful resonance.

But did you know that there’s a holiday dedicated to pianos? That’s right, there’s a day all about the history and love for pianos. Read more to learn about the history of the piano and about how you can celebrate this amazing holiday.

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If you’re a fan of classical music, then you assuredly know about the famous piano. Used in concerts everywhere, the piano has a long history of bringing music to life with its delicate sound and beautiful resonance.

But did you know that there’s a holiday dedicated to pianos? That’s right, there’s a day all about the history and love for pianos. Read more to learn about the history of the piano and about how you can celebrate this amazing holiday.

#PianoDay #celebrate #anniversary #festival #performing #live

March 29, 2020 at 2:33am

The idea was to highlight the instrument through events, lectures, masterclasses, etc. and to involve performers, manufacturers, tuners, and piano lovers around the world. A standard piano has 88 keys so he chose to hold the festival on the 88th day of the year.

The inaugural Piano Day 2015 was on 29th March. It is held on that date every year, save for when there is a leap year. So in 2020, it is on the 28th.

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The idea was to highlight the instrument through events, lectures, masterclasses, etc. and to involve performers, manufacturers, tuners, and piano lovers around the world. A standard piano has 88 keys so he chose to hold the festival on the 88th day of the year.

The inaugural Piano Day 2015 was on 29th March. It is held on that date every year, save for when there is a leap year. So in 2020, it is on the 28th.

#PianoDay #celebrate #anniversary #festival #performing #live

March 29, 2020 at 1:20am

Happy World Piano Day! To celebrate the 88th day of the year, we set our artists a fun challenge to create their own variation of "Twinkle Twinkle", inspired by Mozart's "Ah, vous dirai-je maman". We would like to thank our wonderful artists for their submissions, taken in their own homes.

Artists: Elizabeth Joy Roe, Ola Gjeilo, Lucie Horsch, Isata Kanneh-Mason, and our newest signing Christian Li - on violin!

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Happy World Piano Day! To celebrate the 88th day of the year, we set our artists a fun challenge to create their own variation of "Twinkle Twinkle", inspired by Mozart's "Ah, vous dirai-je maman". We would like to thank our wonderful artists for their submissions, taken in their own homes.

Artists: Elizabeth Joy Roe, Ola Gjeilo, Lucie Horsch, Isata Kanneh-Mason, and our newest signing Christian Li - on violin!

#PianoDay #celebrate #anniversary #festival #mozart #twinkle

March 29, 2020 at 12:09am

Deutsche Gramophon marks Piano Day March 28, 3pm CET, with an international virtual festival featuring performances by members of its family of artists, live-streamed on our FB and YouTube channel.

The roster of stars includes Maria João Pires, Víkingur Ólafsson, Joep Beving, Rudolf Buchbinder, Seong-Jin Cho, Jan Lisiecki, Kit Armstrong, Simon Ghraichy, Daniil Trifonov, Evgeny Kissin - bringing people together through the power of music.

We hope you will join us and celebrate... See More

Deutsche Gramophon marks Piano Day March 28, 3pm CET, with an international virtual festival featuring performances by members of its family of artists, live-streamed on our FB and YouTube channel.

The roster of stars includes Maria João Pires, Víkingur Ólafsson, Joep Beving, Rudolf Buchbinder, Seong-Jin Cho, Jan Lisiecki, Kit Armstrong, Simon Ghraichy, Daniil Trifonov, Evgeny Kissin - bringing people together through the power of music.

We hope you will join us and celebrate Piano Day with our 'Piano Masters' playlist.

#PianoDay #NilsFrahm #celebrate #anniversary #festival

March 28, 2020 at 10:52pm

On Monday, April 6 from 9am to 7pm, there will be one location in the Portland Metro area where you can hear the piano played by local pianists of all ages: Union Station in Northwest Portland.

The choice of music is up to the performer and there are no restrictions on what can be played.

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On Monday, April 6 from 9am to 7pm, there will be one location in the Portland Metro area where you can hear the piano played by local pianists of all ages: Union Station in Northwest Portland.

The choice of music is up to the performer and there are no restrictions on what can be played.

#PianoDay #celebrate #anniversary #festival #performing #live

March 28, 2020 at 9:37pm

On Saturday, March 28, we marked Piano Day, a celebration of the piano in all its forms. Here is our exclusive broadcast featuring moving performances, unseen recordings and interviews.

Sydney Opera House is an Australian icon and one of the busiest performing arts centres in the world. On this channel you will find performances, behind the scenes content and stories from beneath the sails. With over 40 shows a week at the Sydney Opera House there's something for everyone.

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On Saturday, March 28, we marked Piano Day, a celebration of the piano in all its forms. Here is our exclusive broadcast featuring moving performances, unseen recordings and interviews.

Sydney Opera House is an Australian icon and one of the busiest performing arts centres in the world. On this channel you will find performances, behind the scenes content and stories from beneath the sails. With over 40 shows a week at the Sydney Opera House there's something for everyone.

#PianoDay #NilsFrahm #celebrate #anniversary #festival

March 28, 2020 at 8:27pm

This Saturday marks Piano Day 2020, a celebration of the most versatile and beloved instrument in the world, and, while scores of events have had to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic, there are still some that you can watch live streamed online.

Unlike a normal concert or sporting fixture, Piano Day can’t just be delayed until later in the year. German composer and What Hi-Fi? favourite Nils Frahm designed the worldwide event to be celebrated on the 88th day of each year,... See More

This Saturday marks Piano Day 2020, a celebration of the most versatile and beloved instrument in the world, and, while scores of events have had to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic, there are still some that you can watch live streamed online.

Unlike a normal concert or sporting fixture, Piano Day can’t just be delayed until later in the year. German composer and What Hi-Fi? favourite Nils Frahm designed the worldwide event to be celebrated on the 88th day of each year, to represent the number of keys on a piano.

And it’s been growing each year. We’ve picked out some of the best Piano Day live streams that are still happening across the weekend, interspersed with some gorgeous piano performances to whet your appetite.

#PianoDay #NilsFrahm #celebrate #anniversary #festival

March 28, 2020 at 8:22pm

“Why does the world need a Piano Day? For many reasons. But mostly, because it doesn’t hurt to celebrate the piano and everything around it: performers, composers, piano builders, tuners, movers and most important, the listener.” – Nils Frahm

Piano Day, a annual worldwide event founded by a group of likeminded people, takes place on the 88th day of the year – in 2020 it’s the 28th March – because of the number of keys on the instrument being celebrated.

The aim of the day is to... See More

“Why does the world need a Piano Day? For many reasons. But mostly, because it doesn’t hurt to celebrate the piano and everything around it: performers, composers, piano builders, tuners, movers and most important, the listener.” – Nils Frahm

Piano Day, a annual worldwide event founded by a group of likeminded people, takes place on the 88th day of the year – in 2020 it’s the 28th March – because of the number of keys on the instrument being celebrated.

The aim of the day is to create a platform for piano related projects in order to promote the development of musical dimensions and to continue sharing the centuries-old joy of playing piano. Piano Day welcomes all kinds of piano lovers — young and old, amateur and professional, of any musical direction – to join in this years festivities. It is intended to be the most joyful of all holidays!

#PianoDay #NilsFrahm #celebrate #anniversary #festival

March 21, 2020 at 12:57pm

Liszt - La Campanella performed by Nobuyuki Tsujii as an encore piece at his BBC Proms appearance in July 2013.

BBC Proms is the largest music festival in the UK with nearly 7,000 audiences watching.

The appearance was also acclaimed by most critics of the major local newspapers and seemed to impress the British audience.

Comment from a YouTube user:
"have we been too wrong to learn our instruments with our eyes ? The absence of vision makes expression limitless"... See More

Liszt - La Campanella performed by Nobuyuki Tsujii as an encore piece at his BBC Proms appearance in July 2013.

BBC Proms is the largest music festival in the UK with nearly 7,000 audiences watching.

The appearance was also acclaimed by most critics of the major local newspapers and seemed to impress the British audience.

Comment from a YouTube user:
"have we been too wrong to learn our instruments with our eyes ? The absence of vision makes expression limitless"

#NobuyukiTsujii #Liszt #LaCampanella #BBCProms #proms #festival #concert #recital #performing #live #FranzLiszt

March 13, 2020 at 7:04pm

Emanuele Arciuli performs live from the Miami International Piano Festival the piece - "Piano Sonata No. 2, Concord, Mass., 1840–60", 2nd movt, Hawthorne by Charles Ives.

The piece demonstrates Ives' experimental tendencies: much of it is written without barlines, the harmonies are advanced, and in the second movement, there is a cluster chord created by depressing the piano's keys with a 14 3⁄4-inch (37 cm) piece of wood.

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Emanuele Arciuli performs live from the Miami International Piano Festival the piece - "Piano Sonata No. 2, Concord, Mass., 1840–60", 2nd movt, Hawthorne by Charles Ives.

The piece demonstrates Ives' experimental tendencies: much of it is written without barlines, the harmonies are advanced, and in the second movement, there is a cluster chord created by depressing the piano's keys with a 14 3⁄4-inch (37 cm) piece of wood.

#CharlesIves #sonata #EmanueleArciuli #performing #live #festival #Hawthorne

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