Conductor Scott Ellaway and Chicago Public Schools are pleased to announce a renewed partnership with OpusYou, a UK-based organization offering online teaching resources for music education designed to give teaching professionals a cost-effective, high-quality, structured-yet-flexible classroom tool. It is specifically created to meet the challenges of the twenty-first-century educational market.Read More
We welcome conductor Scott Ellaway to our client list! Rated by BBC Music Magazine as one of the UK's Top Ten emerging talent, Welsh-born entrepreneurial music director Scott Ellaway is steadily carving a career as one of the twenty-first century's most innovative conductors. A scholar and graduate of the University of Oxford, Ellaway has studied with some of the world's leading pedagogues, including Claudio Abbado, Sir Andrew Davis, Michael Tilson Thomas, Vernon Handley, and Jorma Panula, and is already taking his place as an educator of future musical generations through his pioneering educational. He founded the emerging professionals ensemble, Orchestra Europa, and the digital music education service, OpusYou.
We welcome pianist Ching-Yun Hu to our client list! Declared a “first-class talent” and praised for her “poetic use of color and confidently expressive phrasing” (The Philadelphia Inquirer), the distinguished Taiwanese-American pianist Ching-Yun Hu is recognized and acclaimed worldwide for her dazzling technique, deeply probing musicality, and directly communicative performance style.
The Cleveland International Piano Competition (CIPC) announced today that it will present legendary pianist Martha Argerich in a piano duo performance with her friend and colleague Sergei Babayan on Monday, October 30, 7:30 pm in Severance Hall. It is a first-ever Cleveland appearance for Ms. Argerich.Read More
Jonathan Eifert Public Relations is pleased to announce Portland Piano International as a client. We are honored to run their public-facing communications, which includes their dedicated email and social media platforms.
Since its inception nearly 40 years ago, Portland Piano International has presented over 150 artists in recital and through outreach activities that aim to enrich and educate the community. Some of the greatest artists in the classical music world have played for Portland audiences because of the organization’s longstanding reputation. While pianists have many opportunities to play the concerto repertoire, this is one of only a handful of recital series that remains exclusively committed to the solo piano recital.