Pianist is the UK's bestselling magazine for people who love to play the piano. You don’t just read it – you play it too, with 40 pages of specially selected sheet music for players of all levels and all tastes.
Every issue features a FREE tutorial CD by professional pianist Chenyin Li recorded at the Royal College of Music, so you can listen, learn and play along to improve your skills.
Composer Julian Anderson opens the doors of The Imaginary Museum – performed by Steven Osborne (pictured) ...
Alec Coles-Aldridge, a student at the Royal College of Music shares his thoughts on the subject
First aired in June last year, the BBC Four film offers a portrait of the craftsmen behind the famous piano maker ...
TRYING TO LOCATE A SCORE FROM A PAST ISSUE? View our full list of Scores and the Keyboard Class Lessons by Hans-Gunter Heumann from issue No 1 to the present.
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