Amateur pianist Michael Brazile plays the Aria from the Bach Goldberg Variations in this original video, and offers advice on how to handle the tempo and repeats.
Amateur pianist Michael Brazile plays the Bach Invention No. 14 in B-flat Major in this original video, and shares how he approaches tempo and repetition in the two-part invention.
Stephen Malinowski’s colorful visual representations of the notes in works of classical music help deepen our understanding of Bach’s radiant complexities.
The Bach French Suite No. 4’s Allemande is relatively short, making its contrapuntal demands on the player manageable; get tips on how to play the piece.
The piano trills in the Bach Invention No. 1 trip up Nancy M. Williams in this next installment of her piano practice notes.
Simone Dinnerstein plays a lesser-known piece reminiscent of the accessible Bach Prelude in C Major in this exclusive video recording from her home studio.
Delve into the Bach French Suites by learning the romantic story behind the creation of the Baroque pieces and hearing from both sides of the pedal debate.
You can hear the thump-thump on the dance floor, says Shirley Gruenhut of Bach French Suite No.5, which she plays on video and discusses in this guest post.
Stephen Malinowski has created an entirely fresh approach for making Bach’s music visual. His videos break down contrapuntal voices into a digestible form.
To write Reinventing Bach, Paul Elie engaged in a supreme act of listening. In this adult piano student’s lessons, the ability to deeply listen eluded her.
In this video, exclusive to GRAND PIANO PASSION™, Harriet Kaplan performs Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in G-sharp Minor, No.18 from Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1. I've always regarded people who play more than one instrument with some wonder. Playing multiple instruments...