A String of Pearls and the female composer

It’s always a happy experience when one’s work is published, irrespective of the publication or publisher. But this new volume (pictured to the left) is a really exciting one for me. In 2017, pianists and teachers Alla Levit and Antonina Lax invited me to write a piano duet for one of their forthcoming UK tours….

The Joy of Duets: a guest post by Eleonor Bindman

I’ve been teaching at PIANO WEEK for the past two weeks. Held at Moreton Hall School in Shropshire (UK), it’s been a rewarding experience and a lot of fun, but also very hard work, involving six hours of teaching and coaching per day over a six day week. Therefore, today I’m handing over the ‘blog…

Practising Duets

This is the first of two posts addressing piano duet practice. Most students love to play duets, after all it’s one of the few times they get to work with a fellow pianist. It can be helpful for pupils to work in pairs for many aspects of piano playing – from practising scales and arpeggios,…

Christmas Cool Piano Duets; the winner is…

Many thanks to everyone who took part in this weekend’s competition. Heather Hammond’s music is always very popular, and I enjoyed reading all your comments. Only one winner today, but there will be lots more competitions and giveaways coming soon. FPS Resources (Jennifer Foxx) is today’s winner. Congratulations! Please send your address via my contact…