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  1. Social History of the Piano

  2. The Virtuosos of the Piano

  3. Women at the Keyboard

  4. Evolution of the Piano in 19c Europe

  5. Familar Rarities: Weber's "Les Adieux"; Rubinstein's "Ondine"?



for THE LIVES OF THE PIANO series at the Manhattan School of Music:


  1. The Piano and Liszt (2/17/11)

  2. The Piano and Ten! Celebrating the Series’ Tenth Season (10/21/10)

  3. The Piano and Chopin (marathon concert) (2/21/10)

  4. The Piano and Schumann (marathon concert) (10/18/09)

  5. The Piano and Mendelssohn (2/09)

  6. The Piano and the Scherzo (10/30/08)

  7. The Piano and Preludes and Fugues (2/7/08)

  8. The Piano and Birds (10/11/07)

  9. The Piano and Bach (3/1/07)

  10. The Piano and Latin America (10/16/06)

  11. The Piano and Song (2/9/06)

  12. The Piano and Dance (10/24/05)

  13. The Piano and Film (3/24/05)

  14. The Piano and History (10/14/04)

  15. The Piano and Jazz (3/18/04)

  16. The Piano and Nature (10/16/03)

  17. The Piano for More than Two Hands (4/3/03)

  18. The Piano and the Child (2/20/02)

  19. The Piano and the East (12/12/02)

  20. The Piano Here and Now: Music of America (4/5/02)

  21. The Virtuosic Piano: The Romantic Heroes of the Piano (2/8/02)

  22. The Revolutionary Piano: The Age of Revolutions (12/7/01)

  23. The Birth of the Piano: The Need for the Piano (10/19/01)