A Blissful Hauskonzert through a Meet-up Connection


Well, it finally came to pass, and technology reigned, bridging the distance between player and audience. I was naturally present in body and spirit, but my face with its register of emotions was plainly blocked by my piano rack.

About 12 hours before the event, I had posted a video revealing the seating arrangement. It amounted to a horseshoe formation, allowing the computer screen to be easily seen by all listeners.


At one point I flipped the web cam from my Steinway grand to the Baldwin, so I could render Bach Prelude (WTC) 1 with a different timbre.


This was a very attentive audience that fed warm vibrations back and forth.

With the piano doubling as an iMac host and refreshment table, there were no spills in sight.


It was a remarkable evening, indeed, needing an encore!


Chopin Waltz in A minor Op. Posthumous
Chopin Waltz in Ab
Chopin Nocturne in C# minor, Op. Posthumous
Chopin Prelude in E minor
Second Movement, Pathetique Sonata, Beethoven (Adagio)
“Moonlight Sonata,” movement 1, Beethoven
Fur Elise, Beethoven
Bach Prelude no. 1 in C (WTC)–played on the Baldwin
Mozart Sonata, K. 545

A Home Piano Concert Draped in Technology

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