Are You Struggling to Find Repertoire?
If you don’t actively have piano lessons then sometimes it can be a little hard to find new repertoire you know you are going to like. Digital pianos are made to be played, but if you don’t have good music you won’t want to play! Even the very best Chase electric piano isn’t quite as much fun without repertoire. Luckily for you and your digital piano, there is an obvious solution to finding new music.
Find New Repertoire by going to Concerts
In the world of classical music, there is always an abundance of classical concerts available. Thankfully for pianists and their dusty digital pianos, a large number of these are piano concerts, sure to inspire.
There are also regular concerts for trios, quartets, and quintets featuring pianos. Many of these concerts take place in London, but there are others scattered around Britain as well.
Find New Repertoire Tomorrow in St James’ Church
Tomorrow in St James’ Church, Piccadilly, there will be a free lunchtime concert of piano and clarinet music. If you have a friend who plays the clarinet then this concert is a fabulous opportunity to get some repertoire ideas to take home and try out on your Chase electric piano.
The stars of the concert will be Hugo Lau on the clarinet and Imma Setiadi on the piano. Their programme consists of four pieces. The concert will start with the ‘Solo de Concours’ by Messager. Next on the agenda is ‘3 Fantasiestucke’ by Niels Gade. The second half of the concert will be made up of ‘Fantasie for solo clarinet’ by Widmann, and finally ‘Sonatina for clarinet and piano’ by Horovitz.