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The Leeds International Piano Competition is the world's leading piano competition with the aim to find and promote the best young pianists.
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The Leeds Feb 14
Thanks so much for having us for having us and Xinyuan Wang today - it was wonderful to share a musical lunchbreak with everyone at St James today! A “fresh and lovely” experience Xinyuan told us!
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The Leeds Feb 14
Today we will be bringing live piano to at St James with as our 3rd prizewinner Xinyuan Wang plays the Bexley Wing piano at 12.15pm. Patients, staff, visitors and more are all welcome to drop by for a musical moment this lunchtime.
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Sharpe Communications Feb 13
Walking through the city, I’ve heard in , the in , seen a , , and an elderly couple to the pipes of a street performer. The arts don’t matter in society? Like heck!
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The Leeds Feb 12
Join our friends on Sunday 7 April to close Leeds Piano Festival 2019 with a wonderful performance by , Alistair McGowan! Tickets here: . Plus you can read about Alistair's time in Leeds
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UoL Concert Series Feb 8
There are only a handful of tickets left for Sunday's recital by 2018 prize winner and audience prize winner Xinyuan Wang. Book now to avoid disappointment!
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The Leeds Feb 7
We love public pianos here at The Leeds - its magical to see a space transformed by music and how joyful it can be for both pianists and listeners. Check out for street pianos here in Leeds, we would love to hear the pieces from readers played!
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The Leeds Feb 5
We hope you can join us on Sunday!
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The Leeds Feb 5
We loved being involved with Visioning Morning today - wonderful as ever to connect with friends and colleagues from music orgs across Leeds.
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The Leeds Feb 1
Thanks 🙌🎹🙌🎹🙌
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Campden Music Fest Feb 1
1st prize winner performs Chopin No.1 with & May 25th. Concert also includes world 1er of David Matthews concerto for orchestra. All reserved seating sold but some unreserved still available. Book here
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Campden Music Fest Feb 1
Hear the brilliant 2nd prize winner Mario Haring play a fabulous programme for us on May 18th. Book tickets online here
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The Leeds Jan 28
FREE TICKETS still available for the 1.30pm performance of Piano Fantasia - get in touch today if you’re a Leeds Primary school and want to introduce your pupils to a magical world Piano .
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The Leeds Jan 27
If you can DM us we can help! 🎹🎶
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Pianist magazine Jan 26
ICYMI: competition winner Eric Lu stars inside our new issue 🙌🙌
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The Leeds Jan 26
We might have an upright available if you are interested 🎶🎹🎶.....?
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International Piano Jan 26
Chinese-American pianist Eric Lu was catapulted into an international career following his stunning win 2018. In our Jan/Feb issue is impressed by the natural freshness and level-headed integrity of this talented young performer
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Prof. Frank Finlay Jan 25
Recitals, outreach and engagement events at this year’s piano festival organised by great friends and partners — also featuring Foundation International Scholars
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UK Arts News Jan 25
2018 Competition Winner Eric Lu joins world-renowned artists Steven Osborne and Barry Douglas for annual celebration of piano in Leeds and London - more @
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Prof. Frank Finlay Jan 25
One of the wonderful outreach activities of our friends and partners . I caught some of this event last year and it can be strongly recommended
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Askonas Holt Jan 24
"Winning has changed my life. It's a dream come true for me to bring music to different countries and areas and people." Read Eric Lu's exclusive interview w/ disucssing life post & making wrong notes a thing of the past
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