Designed for audiences of all ages, "The Great Pianists: Stories, Music & More" is now being presented at various public libraries across the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. For event listings, please click here.
"The Great Pianists" is a ninety minute program consisting of a mix of both spoken word and excerpts from select recordings of pianists from the Golden Age of pianism (approx. 1875-1910).
Stories featured are both humorous and poignant and commentary has been designed to gently guide listeners along a journey through the first generation of pianists for whom we have recordings. Piano Family Trees from some of the most prominent teachers of the nineteenth century are also featured.
Private studio bookings are also available.
"Great presentation, very happy I attended. She has amazing knowledge about the history and biography of great pianists. Well prepared detailed entertaining presentation."
"Unique. Elevating. More please."
"Learned so much - thank you."
"Thank you for the amazing presentation!"
"Younger people should be encouraged to appreciate such music and past ages."
"I enjoyed the programme very much. You made the composers human."