I am excited to have been invited to write a guest blog post for Pianist Magazine, UK's renowned magazine for people who love to play the piano. Check out my most recent post on practice tips. Thanks for reading! If you enjoyed reading this post, please subscribe here to receive monthly email updates on my performing activities and blogs on lesser-known works and teaching.
We just finished the year here at Miami University! With summer right around the corner, I am excited to announce some phenomenal repertory that I will be learning and preparing for the next concert season. Schubert, Klavierstücke in E flat minor, D. 946, No. 1 This piece has always been on my to-learn list. It was composed just six months before the Schubert's death. When listening to the work, one gets a sense of urgency and agitation with a hint of hope and optimism. This
The end of the academic year is upon us! As graduation rapidly approaches, here are 5 things high school seniors should do before they enroll in college in the fall: 1. Play a solo senior graduation recital Any graduating senior who intends to pursue a music performance degree at a college should present a solo recital. There are two reasons for this: 1) at some point, performance majors will need to play at least two solo degree recitals during their time at the university.