The pianist Khatia Buniatishvili speaks to the intimacy of performance, finding her own rhythm, and her love for Schubert and Liszt.
The composer Daniel Felsenfeld joins Soundboard to speak to the mire of complexities that is ‘The Thinking Pianist’s Man,’ living legand Steinway Artist Alfred Brendel.
Soundboard Host Ben Finane speaks to the legacy of Van Cliburn and the legacy of classical music in America.
Steinway Artist and Emmy Award–winning composer Kris Bowers takes us inside penning the soundtracks to such projects as Green Book and Bridgerton.
Steinway Artist Mahani Teave hails from Rapa Nui, aka Easter Island. Teave is the first professional concert pianist from Rapa Nui. But after years spent concertizing all over the world, she returned to her island and founded a music school.
Ann Mincieli is owner and operator of Jungle City Studios in New York City and longtime recording engineer for Alicia Keys.
Steinway Artist Jeanne Golan takes us inside her latest release on the Steinway & Sons label, It Takes One To Tango. She talks tango and collaborating with living composers.
Steinway Artist Ray Angry discusses his journey from classical pianist to polymath producer.
Comic book artist and writer Sandy Jimenez pens illustrated stories about the South Bronx. He joins Soundboard to discuss his craft.
The Pulitzer Prize–winning composer discusses improvising at the keyboard, his compositional process, and a legacy of teaching.
Young Steinway Artist Amir Siraj speaks to the intersection of music and astrophysics.
The violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter discusses arts advocacy, Beethoven, John Williams, and her process behind learning new music.
The fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi sees fashion as telling stories of women’s lives. He also discusses the intersection of music and fashion, couture vs. QVC, his new concert series — and becoming himself.
The Grammy Award–winning composer and conductor Eric Whitacre discusses how he writes choral music — as well as his influences and technological ventures.