The aim of Pianodao is to encourage, inform and inspire piano players around the world, and this page provides links to highlights from across the site.
- Steve Luck’s Practice Tips
- Thumbs up for the Thumb!
- Do you believe in classical music?
- Practice Resolutions
- Active Repertoire Challenge 2019
- ABRSM: New Directions 2019
- Learning to Play with Precision
- Becoming a Virtual Virtuoso
- Christmas Repertoire Sheets 2018
- Curved Fingers, or Flat?
András Schiff & natural breathing
Breathing is a subject that I have rarely seen discussed in connection with piano technique, and even less so in the context of pianists’ injuries, their causes, cures and corrections.
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Piano Lessons: dealing with anxiety
This article is written for any player who has ever said – and any teacher who has ever heard – the words: “It was perfect when I practised it at home this morning…”
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ARSM: your questions answered
If you are post-Grade 8 and interested in taking a piano diploma, the ARSM may well be for you. To find out more I interviewed Penny Milsom from ABRSM…
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The Active Repertoire Project aims to encourage piano players from around the world to develop their own Active Repertoire of three pieces which can be played any time, any place – without notice, without embarrassment, and without notation.
Join the Online Club…
Pianodao is free to all, but funded with the help of reader donations. Regular supporters can enjoy additional benefits by joining online piano club The Pianodao Tea Room