Who is the greatest concert pianist of all time?

Who is the greatest concert pianist of all time?

Vladimir Horowitz (1903-1989) There’s a strong case to be made for Vladimir Horowitz to be crowned the greatest pianist of all time. He made his debut in 1920 in a solo recital in Kharkiv.

Who is Paul Lewis?

Paul Lewis (born 1948) is a British freelance financial journalist and broadcaster on BBC television and radio, including as presenter of Money Box on BBC Radio 4.

How much does a concert pianist make per concert?

The average concert pianist can earn $200 to $5,000 per gig.

Who is the most technically skilled pianist?

1. Martha Argerich (1941 -): She is an Argentine virtuoso pianist, who is widely regarded as the greatest pianist of second half of 20th century. She won the International Chopin Competition at the age of 24 and can sell out concerts in minutes. 2.

How do I contact Paul Lewis?

Paul Lewis and guests answer your calls and emails. Complained about banking, insurance or other financial services and still unhappy? Call 03700 100 444 from 1pm to 3.30pm on Wednesday or e-mail [email protected] now.

Is Paul Roberts a good pianist?

Paul Roberts is an exceptional musician, a fine and deeply sensitive pianist, teacher and an author of the greatest distinction. His books on Debussy and Ravel are quite simply the most outstanding and perceptive I have read.

How old is Paul Lewis the pianist?

Paul Lewis CBE (born 20 May 1972) is an Irish classical pianist. Lewis’s father worked at the Liverpool Docks and his mother was a local council worker; there were no musicians in his family background. Lewis began by playing the cello, the only instrument for which his school could offer him tuition.

Where has Paul Roberts performed?

Among extensive appearances throughout the United States Paul Roberts has been a guest of the Juilliard School in New York, the Peabody Institute, the Golandsky Institute, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, the University of Washington and Portland Piano International.

What makes Paul Roberts so special?

Paul Roberts’ excellence as a writer on music is matched by his superb talents as a pianist. I know of no other figure in the musical world who combines so impressively the roles of scholar and performer