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She had made up her mind at the age of 13 that this is what she wanted to do and from the age of 7 she had piano lessons and it continued.
She did not have a gap of a number of years and then go back to it. But of course there are many factors as to why the original poster stopped the piano.
You may not be able to afford the tuition or your parents may not have been able to send him to a top school for pianists or personal matters which took priority over the piano family matters so it may not be a case of lack of interest.
My piano teacher desperately wanted to learn the piano at a very young age but her parents could not afford a piano or lessons so she did not start learning until she was 18 same age as this origial poster She decided she wanted to teach music and got a number of quaifications in order to do so.
Maybe this original poster could teach piano instead? Quote from: pianoplayer51 on December 27, , PM. And look how successful Liberace was God rest his soul.
I think his main success was his way out clothes and his general manner and he had his own tv show but he was a very good pianist.
I have not seen the movie made about him. I don't see anyone here denying that pianists are "ordinary mortals" or claiming that there's some kind of elusive magic involved which is a claim that is often made in some quarters.
On the contrary, people seem to be focusing rightly, IMO on very ordinary down to Earth factors like amount of practice time, availability to travel full time etc.
The fact that the OP does not come anywhere near the requirements for these, and hasn't done as he's been growing up, is why he's extremely unlikely to become a professional concert pianist.
As for how early one needs to start, well, that seems to be a common subject of disagreement and there's probably no point going over it all again here.
I'd just say what I usually say on the subject: show me the successful professional concert pianist who took up the instrument in adulthood, and I'll believe it's possible.
It's not like being a scientist or a writer because it involves the training of extremely complex REALTIME physical skills. The only other areas of human activity that I can think of that compare are some sports, and learning languages.
I found this on the internet Albert Frantz is a world-class pianist from Pennsylvania who started his career at the extraordinary late age of His early piano teacher told his mother to throw her money in the garbage rather than spending it on piano lessons for Albert.
He discovered his love for classical music while in high school, which made him accomplish things that seemed to be impossible. He was the first pianist in a decade to receive a Fulbright scholarship to study in Vienna, which finally led him to the home country of many of his musical idols.
In addition to playing and teaching the piano he enjoys racing cars and is currently training for an Ironman. Having done some more research into this guy and watched him play on youtube..
He mainly plays solo piano. Yes, it is difficult to become a pianist, and I think we could not agree more about why the OP cannot become a so called "concert pianist" with this present level of commitment, but still I see the opinion about concert pianists as some half divine creatures being rather popular in a discussion board like this All of us struggle to learn to play the piano and some have come far and some have just begun, we all know what is about.
You don't become a professional pianist without a professional commitment, which means full time studies for many years.
But still, what is commonly referred to as "concert pianists" here are a handful of famous stars, the very top of the top, and I think it is ridiculous to always have that reference point and forget that there is a whole world below that level.
And so we tell people that sorry, you cannot become a concert pianist because you did not start with full devotion when you were a toddler.
Yes, if you want to be a successful ballerina or become world champion in certain sports, you have to start very early, because the peak of your career will be long before you are 35, and when you turn 40 it will all definitely be over.
But that is not the case for a pianist, except those unfortunate who have to retire early because of injuries.
Still we tend to have a too romantic view about pianists But what if someone claims he wants to become a first class drummer, electrical guitar player or play the trumpet?
I mean, really? So my point is that - it is hard to become a pianist and it takes many years of education and hard work, but it still a musician job like any other musician jobs - therefore, you don't HAVE to start at a ridiculously low age in order to make it - on the other hand, if "making it" to you only means belonging to the very small elite level of pianists who tour the whole world and are well-known to most people in the pianist world, then sorry.
Adjust your point of view, it is not realistic at all. It is like saying you cannot make it as an author if you don't get the Nobel Prize, or become as famous as Joyce Carol Oates.
Anyway, I also think those elite pianists have to start early - maybe not because of the playing skills as such, but because that job requires a very special mindset that you probably have to develop early.
And you also need a lot of luck. But again, these people are exceptions, not standard. I also realize that my ramblings here are a bit out of topic and may seem a bit confusing Anyway, about this romantizising thing about pianists - as an example, I wanted to have a piano teacher for quite a while before I FINALLY found someone.
Why was it so hard to find a teacher? After all, there are plenty of teachers here If you go to school. Or if you are a total beginner who thinks it should be a great start to sit in a group of 7 students and learn how to play the C Major chord and play Tom Dooley.
But me? There were no teachers for me. It would not have helped if I had been 25, for that matter, I would still have been "too old".
You should have started earlier So I'm fine now. I don't want to launch a professional pianist career anyway, but I highly appreciate to get lessons that suit my needs, and I am quite sure there ARE many mature talents out there who will never become professionals just because the tradition thinks it is too late for them.
Not because it is really true. My cousin is a music teacher. She teaches basic piano but her main instrument is the flute. She has a 6 year old daughter and wanted her daughter to learn piano.
There were a lot of tears and tantrums because her daughter doesn't like it. I said to her child.. They think the more they urge her to do it, eventually she will grow to like it.
I am not convinced. Quote from: bronnestam on December 27, , PM. Quote from: falala on December 27, , PM.
I think most others that posted on here summed it up pretty well. If you want to be a star piano virtuoso, you need hair, and lots of it.
And maybe a beard. It's concert blacks or tweed. Here's Ben Grosvenor modelling that almost-Dr-Who look. There's also the Keith Jarrett raised-teeter-totter-posterior crouch, but it's not for the faint-hearted.
Look at that shimmy! And most famously, the patented Lang Lang dramatic recline. One day, he's going to injure himself doing that.
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