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Favorite Pianists On Youtube #2739145
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I thought it would be nice to compile a list of your favorites....you know how I like lists! I'm going to start with one I'll bet not too many people know. Kara Comparatto plays 'gaming music', but has a spattering of classical pieces thrown into the mix.

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I listen to youtube on autoplay while I work, and the other day I came across the group Snarky Puppy--really neat music. One of their keyboard players is Cory Henry, who I quite like. His youtube videos are mostly organ, however here's a piano piece:


My other (current) favorite is Peter Bence, which I'm sure many of you have already come across. I found it interesting that the majority of his youtube videos are on uprights rather than grands.


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Oh my. I have a lot of favorites on Youtube. Taken alphabetically:

M. Argerich


L. Astanova


K. Buniatishvili


A. Huppmann


E. Kissin


L. Lang


V. Lisitsa


D. Trifonov


Y. Wang


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I had the great pleasure of seeing Ms. Lisitza locally once...she's fantastic!

Here's another favorite - Irina Lankova:



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And of course, the timeless Daniel Barenboim...



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A list of "famous" YouTube pianists cannot be complete without vkgoeswild:



(Sidenote: The Bösendorfer in this video sounds fantastic imo, and that's after she broke a bass string in an earlier piece. Luckily of a note she didn't need for this piece.)

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Although not a pianist, I do enjoy listening to Tina Guo


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Originally Posted by JoBert
A list of "famous" YouTube pianists cannot be complete without vkgoeswild

Thanks for the pointer! Went and listened to a dozen of her videos after work. Awesome!


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Yes no question about it - VK rocks!!!


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A lot of great choices you all have posted. I have to add Cziffra too

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmq5JBpFf9w

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A couple of lesser known pianists whose music I really enjoy




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We need to distinguish "Youtube Pianist" from "Famous Performances available on,"

Btw I heard OPs KC song for the first time this morning. The Zohar in the title refers to the Legendary Zohar002 who inspired gamers with his piano covers from the earliest days of thinking. He is a real legend in the sense people still attribute to him, but we have neither a name nor a face to go with the account.


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I like this girl. She just won BBC Young Musician of the Year - although this video is from a couple of years ago


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I must say that putting together the likes of Martha Argerich and Kissin in the same post with Lang Lang and Lisitsa looks a bit strange... wide taste? laugh

I find Lisitsa really nice as a person, but I'm afraid her pianism is not always of a high level. Same goes for Lang Lang, who is a great guy and educator, but doesn't have the taste and refinement of the great pianists. Barenboim is a wonderful musician and director but he often struggles as a pianist.

Beatrice Rana is one to keep an eye on. Refined and meticulous, but not lacking passion when needed. Her Goldberg Variations are pure gold.


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Sinophilia, I hold all those you mentioned in very high regard; top 5 vs top 25? Doesn't matter they're all great and I love watching and can learn from each. Besides the very first one I posted isn't even in their league. This thread is about who we love to watch, world class or not.

There are some great choices here. I hope to explore the ones I don't know when I have some down time.

Did anyone post Chenlin Yi, who plays for Pianist Magazine?



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Originally Posted by sinophilia
I must say that putting together the likes of Martha Argerich and Kissin in the same post with Lang Lang and Lisitsa looks a bit strange... wide taste? laugh

I find Lisitsa really nice as a person, but I'm afraid her pianism is not always of a high level. Same goes for Lang Lang, who is a great guy and educator, but doesn't have the taste and refinement of the great pianists. Barenboim is a wonderful musician and director but he often struggles as a pianist.

Beatrice Rana is one to keep an eye on. Refined and meticulous, but not lacking passion when needed. Her Goldberg Variations are pure gold.

Well, the thread is about "favorite" pianists and not top or world class pianists. From this thread, I have a new favorite (or among favorites) of VKgoeswild (thanks again JoBert!). In my opinion, she is nowhere even in the league of Lisitsa or Lang with respect to the pianism you mentioned, and at her age of 39, not likely she will ever get there, but she is so damn fun -- definitely added to my favorites list! She is so dedicated to creating piano covers and appears to come up with 2-3 a week. It's almost an obsession -- a professional obsession. In fact, I'm considering chipping in on her Patreon page for her first grand piano of her own. ;-) I may well do that if I watch any more of her videos! I loved her impromptu recital at St. Pancras Station. I've walked by that piano a few times and never saw anyone playing it! VKgoeswild at St. Pancras Station

Oops. Now I've done it. I've made her appear twice on this list of favorites. Haha... laugh

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I absolutely LOVE this! She plays it so beautifully. She caresses the keys.

Learning to play this exact piece (like her!) is actually a prime motivation for me learning piano.

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Originally Posted by PianoGuyStuart
I absolutely LOVE this! She plays it so beautifully. She caresses the keys.

Learning to play this exact piece (like her!) is actually a prime motivation for me learning piano.

Valentina Lisitsa

Chopin Nocturne E Flat Major Op 9 No 2





I must agree with you. I love how she plays this too!

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Originally Posted by Slothrop, Tyrone

Well, the thread is about "favorite" pianists and not top or world class pianists. From this thread, I have a new favorite (or among favorites) of VKgoeswild (thanks again JoBert!). In my opinion, she is nowhere even in the league of Lisitsa or Lang with respect to the pianism you mentioned, and at her age of 39, not likely she will ever get there, but she is so damn fun -- definitely added to my favorites list! She is so dedicated to creating piano covers and appears to come up with 2-3 a week. It's almost an obsession -- a professional obsession. In fact, I'm considering chipping in on her Patreon page for her first grand piano of her own. ;-) I may well do that if I watch any more of her videos! I loved her impromptu recital at St. Pancras Station. I've walked by that piano a few times and never saw anyone playing it! VKgoeswild at St. Pancras Station
Oops. Now I've done it. I've made her appear twice on this list of favorites. Haha... laugh


I'd put Viktoriya in a league all her own. There is no other equal. She was classically trained, but I remember reading somewhere that she decided to turn to the "dark" side of heavy metal. Kudos to her. Maybe she felt playing Mozart hundreds of years later is unnecessary laugh


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Originally Posted by bSharp(C)yclist
I'd put Viktoriya in a league all her own. There is no other equal.

You're right! It was unfair of me to comment on pianism in her respect since she is in a completely different genre and her goals and inspirations are completely different thank traditional classical pianists.


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Well, there haven't been so many "famous YouTube pianists" but more "YouTube recordings of otherwise famous pianists" in this thread, so let me add one of the former:

Kyle Landry of course. (I'm surprised he hasn't been mentioned yet, as he has a huge following on YouTube, with view counts in the millions.)

I picked the video below as a sample because it has a special meaning to me: It is the reason that I've restarted with the piano, after a 12+ year lapse. In early October 2015 I stumbled on this video on YouTube. I was checking out videos related to the Hobbit movie and after watching an a capella choir video of the Hobbit soundtrack, this video was then among the suggestions. And although I had no interest in the piano at that time (had even thrown out my digital piano from the 80s about a year earlier, because it didn't work properly anymore, I hadn't touched it for years and we needed the space), for some reason I clicked on the suggestion.
The video impressed me and I got nostalgic, thinking "while far from *that* good, you were pretty good on the piano too, once, and now you don't even have a piano anymore! It's really a shame...".
Well, only one day later I came back from the Thomann shop with a Yamaha P-115 in my trunk, and the rest is history...



Oh, and the Hobbit stayed with me too: While Kyle's arrangement was too difficult for me, I found a different arrangement (a medley with other LotR melodies) that I could play, and that was my submission to my very first ABF recital, in February 2016:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y00qZPdzMVY

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I'd like to give a shout out to Leslie 'femmeclassique' Leddy. For years her original composition has been my warmup and stretch music before I go jogging; and during which I mentally replay.



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I enjoyed Ms. Camparetto's video. I noticed that she was playing a "Steinert" piano. I had never hear of that brand, so I Googled it. M. Steinert, which is the Boston-area Steinway dealer, apparently made pianos under its own name between 1901 and 1932. Interesting bit of piano trivia.

I also enjoyed the snippet of Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata played by Lola Astanova. Ms. Astanova also provide some visual entertainment with her mini-skirt showcasing her mile-long legs and mile-high stiletto heels. (I'm a guy, sue me! cool )

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I also listen to a lot of VKgoeswild videos. fantastic. Another good one is Stephanie Trick. she plays mostly boogie boogie and ragtime. here is one of many clips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCgbs70c5GI

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Here's another I had almost forgotten about...mostly jazz standards; high quality videos.

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Originally Posted by Tyrone Slothrop
Oh my. I have a lot of favorites on Youtube. Taken alphabetically:

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A. Huppmann

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I've seen the others you listed but not Ms Huppmann. Surprised I haven't come across her earlier; very good.

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Originally Posted by Glen R.
I listen to youtube on autoplay while I work, and the other day I came across the group Snarky Puppy--really neat music. One of their keyboard players is Cory Henry, who I quite like. His youtube videos are mostly organ, however here's a piano piece:


My other (current) favorite is Peter Bence, which I'm sure many of you have already come across. I found it interesting that the majority of his youtube videos are on uprights rather than grands.



Like them both - lot of personality, fun music!

I'm finally sorting through this thread; took a while!


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Hi everyone, I've been obsessively trawling YouTube recently as one amazing keyboardist leads to another and another. So this thread is hitting a sweet-spot for me right now and I had to join the forum to share my favorites. Here a just a few:

Otmaro Ruiz: "Arabesque"

Ruiz is from Venezuela. This piece is so beautiful and yet also so sad. It's hard for me not to hear it as a requiem for Venezuela's lost democracy.

Tigran Hamasyan: "What the Waves Brought"

(If you like this one, check out Hamasyan's "Fides Tua" too)

Yohan Kim: "Spain" (the Chick Corea jazz composition)

Kim's just 14 years old here! (If you like this one, check out his funky dual-keyboard rendition of Marcus Miller's "Run for Cover" too).

Joey Alexander: "Round Midnight", "Armando Rumba", and "Giant Steps"

Alexander is 10 (!) years old here.

Jesús Molina: "Eldar Tribute" (based on two themes by Eldar Djangirov)


Here are two keyboardists playing synthesizers instead of piano (I hope that's OK here):

Domi Degalle: "Searing Solo!!"

The combination of "Wah" pedal and bend wheel make this performance so expressive!

Anomalie: "Le Bleury"

The orchestration of sounds on this amazes me.

Although all of these pieces are way too advanced for me as a beginner, I will note that there are nice transcriptions available (search YouTube) of Yohan Kim's rendition of "Spain" and Tigran Hamasyan's "What the Waves Brought" and "Fides Tua." Over time, maybe some of the others will get transcriptions as well.

Cheers!

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