Does the venue you’re performing at have an out-of-shape piano? Here’s a few tips that may help.
Every musician – from flutists, guitarists, trumpeters, and violinists – form a certain kind of bond with their instrument. This bond allows them to hone their skills and consistency while performing. Pianists, however, are not afforded this luxury. A piano is (by nature) large, heavy, and cumbersome. Thus, the specific instrument a pianist practices upon will most likely not be the instrument with which they perform. Continue reading