Tags » Pianist





Were Back To School!!! 

The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year,  If Your A Parent!

Bouquet Of Pencils Sharpened & READY…

66 more words

Music to My Ears: Nancy Williams

In the September/October 2014 issue of Hearing Loss Magazine (published bimonthly by the Hearing Loss Association of America—HLAA), Barbara Chertok interviews pianist/author/publisher Nancy Williams. I photographed Nancy at HLAA’s Convention 2014 in June in Austin, TX. 2,051 more words


Texture Tuesday: Free and Easy

I did not have the understanding about this piano until I spoke to the young man playing and singing. Please read here about the pianos that were dispersed throughout the City of Corvallis for a Music Festival. 52 more words


Presenting A Very Special Post, With The Incredible... Mihran Kalaydjian!


Piano Compositionist…

Mihran “Mino” Kalaydjian! 

San Diego, Coronado Island CA 


Kev: In a generalized way, Mihran, tell us a little about yourself. Where you grew up, siblings, family life, education, and how you got to where you are now. 1,203 more words

Music Favs

Nishi reblogged this on The Showcase and commented:

My monday morning was enriched by the melodious music composition of my blogger friend Mihran (kmihran.wordpress.com). Such talent and beauty in his music; listening to his tunes I just had to share what I heard and now know about him through Kev's Music Blog. Thank you Kevin and Thank you Mihran!

Review: The Boxer

On Saturday evening, we went to see The Boxer at the Athenaeum Theater. A friend recommended it to me. The play is effectively a silent movie but as a play. 497 more words


Christina Petrowska Quilico finding peace in contemporary music

Some composers write for themselves. Others write for a muse, a vessel for their genius. But when a composer and a performer develop true complicity, the writing happens with, not for, and both are enriched. 660 more words