Haydn double piano and violin concerto by WKMT
Have you ever attended a Haydn piano concerto? What if we tell you that WKMT Piano studio has organised the Hob XVIII:6 for violin and piano in London? And going further, what if that concert is played by Juan Rezzuto, who is the specialist in Haydn who is performing every single concert the Maestro Haydn ever composed? Sounds good, isn’t it?
Well, that is exactly what we are releasing today. As you might be aware of, WKMT host classical concerts every single month for all their members and people interested in their concerts in London.
On the 28th of September 2019, Saturday, you will have the chance of attending a beautiful concert in St. Cuthbert’s church, Earls Court, London. From 18:30 hrs.
Maestro Rezzuto and Paola Delucchi will be playing this famous double piano and violin concerto accompanied by WKMT Ensemble formed by six or seven strings (violins, cellos, a double bass).
Paola Delucchi has performed concerts across Europe (UK, Italy, China, France, Switzerland, Austria, Poland and Germany) as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral leader. She currently plays the violin by Romeo Antoniazzi (1902). She is a real violin player with plenty of performing dates in London. Check their website for more info.
Juan Rezzuto, well, we all know the Maestro who founded Pianist AID to help other musicians to have their performing opportunities in London. He founded WKMT, one of the most famous piano studios of London, as well as his Haydn project performing and sharing the Scaramuzza piano technique. Actually, this concert takes part in the offer to Paola to organise this concert as well as the Violin Concerto No 1 by Mozart which WKMT will organise by the end of this 2019. We will keep you posted once we have more details.
Both Juan and Paola have gathered to recreate this beautiful piano and violin concerto for all of us, which is a real honour. And better still, accompanied by WKMT Ensemble which is formed by some of our members.
You can check their next classical concerts in London using the link aforementioned. Do not miss this beautiful and inspiring concerto.
WKMT London Piano Festival
Performing live as part of your training
Glad to finally release the final date of the next edition of the famous piano festivals by WKMT. For all those who don’t know yet, WKMT London Piano Studio organises twice a year fabulous piano and music festivals for all music students to perform in London for the audience while being recorded professionally.
This is obviously part of the famous WKMT music and piano training. Apart from the Scaramuzza technique during their piano lessons, always provided by professional committed tutors, they also help the students with performing opportunities in London. For them to feel and experience the real emotions from a live performance. It enhances the learning and skills of any musical instrument.
The latter will help the students manage the stress and nerves when delivering the performance. Putting into real practice all that you learned in the music lessons. To make them show themselves to the world and open their creativity and character on stage. It seems obvious, isn’t it? However, 80% of the music students never experienced such situation when learning an instrument. So what is the real meaning of learning an instrument? Of course, the learning process expands us in many fields, however, as the real meaning of committing to something is by experiencing it. And that is what WKMT does best.
This 15th of June in St Cuthbert’s Earls Court everyone will be expected to participate, so if you are looking for performing opportunity in London, this is the right moment to do it.
Check all the info by clicking on the link aforementioned. The second link is about a new post written by our founder and WKMT Director, Juan Rezzuto. He shares his own ideas of why creating these festivals along with the importance of any musical training.
We take the chance to thank our members working at WKMT for their hard work and the good results have gotten that will be seen in this Festival.
Muzio Clementi – Pianist and piano teacher
Clementi Sonatinas and Sonatas. Who hasn’t played them at some point during the piano learning? Gradus and Parnassum, for example, the most famous compilation of studies from the Maestro for piano students.
This article comes right in time to clearly exemplify the idea of producing articles from the piano instructors at WKMT London. The importance of every single musician to keep on posting, exploring and sharing musical ideas with the rest. The power of this activity within each of us as part of our knowledge and wisdom of certain subjects.
In our previous post, Juan Rezzuto, our Founder, explores this idea as it is part of the training all the scholars received at WKMT London Piano Studios. They are in charge of producing one article per month talking about different subjects of their choice, always related to music. Actually, most of the posts we have been sharing with you all came from this way of knowledge-sharing offered by WKMT.
This time, Eduardo Martin, one of our last members and scholar at the studio, has written this article being the last one of his scholarship. Sadly, the time came to its end, and after eight months of experience, he will be back to Spain, giving the place to a new scholar who will take over all his students. We will certainly miss him, and therefore his students too. Fortunately, he mentioned he is very happy with the experience, he learned quite a lot, not only English but teaching in a foreign country, performing and organising events too. Even we would like to come back at some point.
From here, we thank him and WKMT for being able to provide with such interesting opportunities in London for all the musicians around the world. A duty we fully support.
Well, after this mentions, we would like you to read fully his last article in which he talks all about Muzio Clementi, the Italian pianist based in London. Composer and teacher amongst his jobs too. It is good parallelism of all the musicians who come to London to explore ourselves and develop our careers and turn ourselves into something bigger, or at least we try.
Production of professional musical articles at WKMT
Today we bring the usual task of our members within WKMT London Piano Studio. Their collaboration with WKMT Music Blog with professional and educational articles. This article has been created by Juan Rezzuto, as Director and founder of WKMT, to guide us all through the importance of producing musical articles and posts often.
At WKMT studio we understand that the piano teacher’s production should surpass the piano lesson environment and go much further. This can take many forms, such as personal research, looking for new materials and articles related to different activities that are carried out within the daily life of the studio. Regarding the latter, we encourage and train the piano tutors at the studio to develop it in a very strict fashion, following specific formats and overall, safeguarding the personal information release such us photos and copyright information.
The characteristics that you could expect from an article is to be informative, interesting and mainly to address useful issues for the piano students. Many topics that are given during the piano lessons are expanded and developed through these articles in a way of expanding the concepts that they were covered during the lessons, this was conceived as a way of having a sort of expansion of the lesson, most importantly, when the student can thoroughly read and absorb all the knowledge that sometimes can slip from their memory.
The last part of this article will cover the concerts. We are the only studio that can provide free monthly concerts to our students in such an astonishing venue as St. Cuthbert’s Church in Earl’s Court. WKMT Teachers and other performers offer a different perspective as they bring the opportunity to explain and share with their students and audience the music that unites, this is allowed by socialising after each event. This is a fabulous opportunity to all the students, audience and newcomers to share this passion and can, in this way, to constitute this enriching experience between teachers and students.
We are immensely proud of our system and the fact that they, WKMT, are the only Piano practice in London that offers this experience to our students and members. We proudly support this.