A masterclass with Sir Andras Schiff

I really enjoy attending masterclasses, and if I can’t go, the next best thing is to watch on YouTube! With so many fascinating classes given by celebrated pianists and teachers posted online, one could spend weeks just viewing them all.

The following workshop given by Hungarian concert pianist Sir András Schiff, was recorded last November and it focuses on the first movement of my favourite Beethoven piano concerto; No 3 in C minor Op. 37, which was written in 1800 and first performed by Beethoven on April 5th 1803.

This class was filmed at The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Shay Sluzki is the soloist and Tal Samnon is the accompanist. Hope you find this as interesting as I did.


Melanie Spanswick has written and published a wide range of courses, anthologies, examination syllabuses, and text books, including Play it again: PIANO (published by Schott Music). This best-selling graded, progressive piano course contains a large selection of repertoire featuring a huge array of styles and genres, with copious practice tips and suggestions for every piece.

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One Comment Add yours

  1. mihrank says:

    impressive and beautiful!

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