London’s youngest Pianist and Musical Graduate

Starting from just the age of three, London’s youngest pianist and graduate Curtis Elton began learning the piano. Impressively, by just age four he could already read music. Curtis’s Mother, Hayley, a concert pianist herself made it a point to condition her son to become Pianist ‘material’ and to dedicate the necessary time and energy …

12 Reasons people pursue being a “Pianist”

It’s very valuable for both the body and mind to play any musical instrument. The neurological demand, stress-relieving qualities (it should have), along with the physical and neural exercises of learning and memorizing an instrument are priceless. Many people, who play instruments, let alone the Piano, are considered to be sophisticated. This can be appreciated …

Classical piano versus scary stage fright

Little did we know that classical musicians can suffer from stage fright.  One would think that after those years of super disciplined training that they would have overcome such a problem but according to writer Ivan Hewett’s story focusing on several legendary classical musicians such as Steven Osborne, Renee Fleming and Vladimir Horowitz. Each of …