Piano Project 1 and 2
Pianistaid.com is WKMT’s way to contribute to the national and international piano community.
Integrating resources from The London Piano Studio and WKMT, Pianistaid.com is able to provide pianists from all around the world and the UK in particular with recording, performance and teaching opportunities.
Our first Piano project – Working opportunity
We have liaised with UNA [National University of Buenos Aires] in order to offer the best of its scholars the chance to live and work in the UK for a period of 8 months.
Music is about integration. The UK has been a musical hub since the times of Handel and before. Bringing talent from abroad isn’t something new, but we thought this could stand as a symbol of unification in times of generalised dissolving moods…
The competition is being supported by the dean of the faculty of Musical Arts of the UNA in Buenos Aires – Argentina, Lic. Cristina Vazquez. We receive her support with respects and hoping to honour her vote of trust in the best and most corresponded way.
The scholar will be able to experience living and working in London teaching students from all ages and level, performing at our monthly events and recording an audio and video portfolio of pieces of different classical styles.
Our second piano project
The second call is mainly meant to attract the London and UK pianist community in particular.
We are inviting all London established pianists to join pianistaid.com and participate in this piano competition meant to provide the winner with a two / three hour recording session – at The London Piano Recording Studio at WKMT Kensington.
How to participate?
If you are not a member sign up to pianistaid.com by clicking here
If you are already a member follow the instructions at http://pianistaid.com/contest/
We will be constantly updated our blog and website with news about the progress of our thrilling competition!
Maestro juan jose rezzuto and his new piece composed for the premiere.
In this new release, Juan Jose Rezzuto explains his latest composition challenged for a new concert organised by WKMT Ltd. The inspiration and the experience in itself. A four-days challenge!
We take the chance to invite you to the free premiere in St. Cuthbert’s church, Earls Court, on 29th July 7 pm. Send an email to [email protected] and apply for your free tickets.
Read the full article here and get in touch with his latest piece:
What modal interchange means? in which cases we could use it?
Composition lessons by WKMT – Gisela Paterno
Our Senior teacher explores the borrowed chord in our new article. Giving some tips and examples of when to use it and how.
Such an interesting alternative way, from the Baroque period to the present time, used by many rock bands nowadays.
Read the full article here: