Deutsche Grammophon is ready to hold its third international virtual festival as part of World Piano Day on Tuesday 29 March 2022. The comprehensive programme is set to delight pianophiles and new audiences alike with concerts on DG Stage, a heritage project on YouTube featuring video clips of great performers past and present, and a specially curated collection of piano albums on sale at DG Store.
“Music crosses all boundaries to touch people from so many places and backgrounds,” comments Dr Clemens Trautmann, President Deutsche Grammophon. “We’re delighted to be an integral part of World Piano Day for a third year running. Our inaugural online festival in March 2020 and its successor last year both reached global audiences of well over a million piano lovers. This year’s festival, which includes brand-new productions, exclusive premieres and a fantastic selection of archive recordings, celebrates the limitless beauty of great pianism. // Continue to the full article