Online Recital Available!

Performers and their music:

Ed Ewing High Steppin! by Ed Ewing

Nico Brett The Girl With The Flaxen Hair by Debussy

Judy Manganiello Nocturne Op. 9 No.1 by Chopin

Utako Tanigawa Fantasie-Impromptu Op. 66 by Chopin

Utako Tanigawa Etude Op. 25 No.11 Winter Wind by Chopin

Sam Smith Sonata K.1 by Scarlatti


Performer's note:

Ed:My intent here was to convey energy and enthusiasm!


Nico: My intent here was to convey energy and enthusiasm!


Judy:I heard this piece, fell in live with it, and set about learning it. It took about one year, and now I can play it from beginning to end. It makes me happy to play it!


Utako: Fantasie-Impromptu is a quite popular piece bu is not played much at a competition because it's overplayed because of its beauty.

Utako: Etude Op. 25 No.11 - I started studying this piece in late March because I wanted to learn a difficult piece during the Pandemic. But soon, I gave up because of no progress, but I picked it up again a couple of weeks ago to retry. I'm around 15% of learning stage and probably I can go up to 50% if I work hard...


Sam: I started studying this piece in late March because I wanted to learn a difficult piece during the Pandemic. But soon, I gave up because of no progress, but I picked it up again a couple of weeks ago to retry. I'm around 15% of learning stage and probably I can go up to 50% if I work hard...


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