July, 2012

A Performance to Remember

A Performance to Remember

It started with a captivating performance of Enrique Granados’ Allegro de Concierto op. 46, and ended with thunderous applause. The audience wanted more; they wanted to hear the beauty of her artistry, and she delivered with every piece she played. Yana Reznik’s performance at M. Steinert & Sons proved that she is worthy of all […]

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Artist of the Future Meets Piano of the Future

Artist of the Future Meets Piano of the Future

Los Angeles, CA, February 22, 2012 — The artist of the future meets the piano of the future. That’s what audiences across the country and around the world are experiencing this season as the Russian-born virtuoso Yana Reznik performs the music of Rachmaninoff and other concert favorites on the revolutionary new Roland V-Piano® Grand. In […]

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The 85-key Steinway

The 85-key Steinway

The piano has seen many variations since its inception in the 1700’s.  From four octaves to six, from the square to the upright; the piano has evolved over time to become the instrument we know today.  Since the early 1900’s, 88 keys has been the standard for pianos around the world.  Yet a glance back […]

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