Pianists must learn to swim, not just dive
Composer and founder of the Ananda Sukarlan Award Piano Competition
The real issue that concerns a young pianist’s career is not winning competitions, but what to do after they win (or fail). This concerns not only the pianist, but it is also a big issue for the competition’s organizer: how to promote the winning musician and present them to the “real world” through promoters.
A piano competition is not synonymous with ...
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