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Watch George Li recap 2015 Tchaikovsky Competition

George Li recaps his experience at the 2015 Tchaikovsky Competition.

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Adapting to the new (and original) Tchaikovsky

Should Tchaikovsky Competition performers use Gerstein’s revised concerto?

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George Li progresses in Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow

2012 GYA George Li proceeds to the second round of the Tchaikovsky Competition.

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GYA George Li competes in Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow

2012 Gilmore Young Artist George Li advances to the first round of the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition.

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Do you believe in the “Mozart Effect”?

The Mozart Effect has been studied for years. Try it out for yourself!

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Gleb Ivanov replaces Igor Levit in Rising Stars Series

Award-winning Russian pianist Gleb Ivanov replaces Igor Levit this Sunday due to an illness.

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9 things to know about Igor Levit

Read more about our next Rising Stars Series performer!

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Bridging the gap between classical and pop

Chilly Gonzales loves both pop and classical music, and he wants listeners to forget about labels.

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How was your Gilmore experience?

Thank you for attending Murray Perahia’s recital on Wednesday night. Please leave your feedback on our website!

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Murray Perahia to receive honorary degree from Juilliard

Murray Perahia will receive an Honorary Doctor of Music in May from The Juilliard School in New York.

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Redesigned grand piano sounds “clearer, more powerful”

Gergely Bogányi wanted a piano that sounded as harmonious as he always imagined, so he created his own.

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Ingrid Fliter visits Wisconsin with Madison Symphony Orchestra

Gilmore Artist Ingrid Fliter performed three dates this weekend in Madison as part of her 2015 US tour.

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Kirill Gerstein releases Tchaikovsky-approved Piano Concerto No. 1

Gerstein’s new CD brings the piece back to Tchaikovsky’s original intentions.

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A piece of advice from Murray Perahia

It took 13 years of invitations for Murray Perahia to get in touch with the teacher who is credited for bringing him to fame, Vladimir Horowitz.

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Beatrice Rana recital postponed to Feb. 2

The recital scheduled for Feb. 1 is now postponed to Feb. 2. Please call The Gilmore’s offices with any questions.

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11 things you might not know about Beatrice Rana

Get to know the next performer in our Rising Stars Recital Series: Beatrice Rana, from Arnesano, Italy.

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Hélène Grimaud among first performers at Philharmonie de Paris

Hélène Grimad, following her performance in a water-filled concert hall, continues to perform in ambitious venues.

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21 gift ideas for the piano enthusiast

If you’re still looking for Christmas gifts, you’re cutting it close. We’ve compiled a list for the piano aficionado in your life, no eccentricities spared.

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News: Hélène Grimaud to perform in a pool

From her program to her collaboration with Douglas Gordon to her waterproof footwear, Hélène Grimaud presents a unique concert-going experience.

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News: Kirill Gerstein, Igor Levit, Conrad Tao and Ingrid Fliter

Happy Thanksgiving! The holiday weekend begins today for some travelers, one of the top 10 worst travel days according to USA Today. As you finish up your last workday of the week, prep your Thanksgiving side dishes or maybe even dust off an early box of Christmas decorations, catch up with The Gilmore and check […]

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