The Honens Piano Podcast aims to spark and enhance your appreciation and understanding of all things piano through outstanding performances by Honens Laureates (winners) combined with educational and thought provoking conversation about the music. Whether you are a classical music novice or connoisseur—this podcast is for you!
Honens @ Home: Nicolas Namoradze performs Taki arr. Namoradze
This week on Honens @ Home, 2018 Honens Prize Laureate Nicolas Namoradze performs R. Taki arr. N. Namoradze's Moon Refracted in Toyko, Japan.
Honens @ Home: Megan-Geoffrey Prins performs Zaidel-Rudolph
Today, we're pleased to feature 2018 Honens Semifinalist Megan-Geoffrey Prins performing Jeanne Zaidel-Rudolph's Catch me if you can live at the 2018 Honens International Piano Competition.
Open Lid: Nicolas Namoradze's Etudes
In the first episode of Open Lid, Honens Artistic Director Jon Kimura Parker and 2018 Prize Laureate Nicolas Namoradze dive deep in conversation about Namoradze's first three Etudes.
Honens @ Home: Adela Liculescu performs Gluck and Scarlatti
In this episode, 2018 Honens Semifinalist Adela Liculescu performs Christoph Willibald Gluck's (arr. Sgambati) Melody in D minor from Orfeo ed Euridice and Domenico Scarlatti's Sonata in D minor K. 141 live at the 2018 Honens International Piano...
Honens @ Home: John Stetch performs Mozart arr. Stetch
In today's episode Canadian pianist and composer John Stetch shares his own arrangement of the third movement of Mozart's Sonata in B-flat Major K. 333, recorded live in Victoria.
Honens @ Home: Jon Kimura Parker performs Louie
In this episode of Honens @ Home, Canadian pianist and Honens Artistic Director Jon Kimura Parker performs Alexina Louie's Memories in an Ancient Garden from Scenes from a Jade Terrace, recorded in his teaching studio at Rice University.