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World Piano Day is celebrated on the 88th day of the year, which is the same as the number of keys on the piano. This year, it takes place on March 29. World Piano Day was founded by a group of like-minded people who aimed to create a platform for piano-related projects to promote the development of music and to share the joy of playing the piano.

The aim of the day is to create a platform for piano related projects in order to promote the development of musical dimensions and to continue sharing the centuries-old joy of playing piano. Piano Day welcomes all kinds of piano lovers — young and old, amateur and professional, of any musical direction – to join in.

SydneyOperahouse will feature an exclusive broadcast of new performances by classical, experimental and contemporary musicians including Andrea Lam Page, Ian Munro and more to be announced. The broadcast tonight will feature performances, pre-recorded packages and exclusive interviews, showcasing both the piano and the diversity of musicians who work with the instrument.

The full presentation will be broadcast on Stream, YouTube and Facebook , Tuesday 29 March 2022, 7:30pm AEDT.


Here’s a few fab videos to enjoy in celebration of World Piano Day

Kawai is celebrating their 95th anniversary year, piano performers, composers, craftspeople,

Celebrating World Piano Day gives us an opportunity to show you this performance by Paul Beardon the Roland FACET grand piano.


Casio artist Laura Clapp Davidson performing her original song “Rise Up” on the Casiotone CT-S1000V. She explains how the entire song was done including a quick tour of the Lyric Creator app.

Enjoy this performance from Michele Papadia and his Yamaha YC73 Stage Keyboard. In this video, Michele performs a composition titled ‘Free Your Mind’ accompanied by Giovanni Giorgi on Drums and Federico Malaman on Bass.

Bernies Music Land’s Jonathan Wade performs on the Schimmel Plexiglas 213 grand piano.


And don’t forget June 21 is Make Music Day, a day close to our hearts here in Australia. Visit the website and see how you can be involved.

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