The Life of Chopin
About The Life of Chopin
Come join acclaimed Italian concert pianist Cristiana Pegoraro examine the life of Chopin! Gain insight into the life of this great composer while enjoying Cristiana's delightful presentation as she recounts the story of Chopin and find yourself entertained by her captivating skills as she illustrates with performances of his compositions.
Teens and Adults
All - This class will be informative for beginners and advanced musicians alike. Come ready to learn about Chopin in a wonderfully engaging way!
Chopin wrote many beautiful piano works during his lifetime, but as a piano student they can be difficult to master for many. Fortunately, composer and Lessonface teacher Alan Ahued Naime arranged Chopin's Nocturne in Eb Major Opus 9 Number 2 to be more accessible for the intermediate piano player! Download this sheet music for free.
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Single session on Sunday, April 11, at 1 pm ET | 10 am PT | 17:00 UTC.
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How It Works
Students can connect to the online platform using a tablet or computer with reliable internet. To actively participate online students also need a webcam with microphone. The class is covered by the Lessonface Guarantee.
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Acclaimed as one of the most gifted musicians of her generation, Italian-born pianist Cristiana Pegoraro has consistently entertained and enlightened audiences with her inspired performances and original programming. Her skills display great technical and interpretative abilities. She began her career in music as a piano prodigy receiving countless national and international awards, including the 1989 Prague Best of the Year for Classical Music Award “for her great personality, strong musical temperament, mastery of phrasing and expressive artistry.” The New York Times called her “an artist of the highest caliber” following her stunning 1996 debut at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully...