A MODERN VIRTUOSO PLAYS JAZZ LEGENDS; A BELGIAN PIANIST BLENDS JAZZ AND NEW AGE; EVERYONE WANTS TO PLAY LIKE ART TATUM
Steinway & Sons Spirio, the world’s finest high resolution player piano, presents jazz headliner Aaron Diehl in a tour-de-force set of short works by Dick Hyman that encompass the heritage of jazz. In just 20 minutes, Diehl (and Hyman) take us from Scott Joplin to Earl Hines, from Fats Waller to Dave Brubeck. Aaron is also featured in two SpirioSync videos: tributes to George Shearing, and our featured Steinway Immortal, the remarkable Art Tatum.
Tatum’s heavy influence on jazz is well known. Spirio listeners have the privilege of experiencing the man himself through our re-created performances. Indeed, Tatum's influence is not bounded by jazz — most pianists, irrespective of genre, marvel at his astonishing technique and musicianship.
New & Notable
If you have enjoyed listening to our September featured artist, Ludovico Einaudi, you'll want to hear our favorite Belgian pianist Jean-François Maljean, who returns this month with a new set of music that features his engaging blend of jazz and New Age improvisation.
The trailblazing pianist and composer Vijay Iyer takes us to another area of jazz that highlights his diverse creativity that is so admired.
And if you liked Piotr Anderszewski’s taste of Janáček’s On the overgrown path released in September, you will want to hear Czech pianist Ivo Kahánek, who presents the complete First Book of that seminal work.
Japanese pianist Yoko Kikuchi debuts on Spirio with some short works including Mozart’s Kleine Gigue; Jenny Lin plays Sibelius and Philip Glass; and Sunny Choi plays Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga.
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