Piano Day is a worldwide celebration of the piano that takes place on the 88th day of each year – 88 being the number of keys on a piano. Piano Day was founded by a group of like-minded people who are passionate about the piano and piano music.
When is Piano Day?
Piano Day is celebrated annually on the 29th of March.
Where is Piano Day celebrated?
Piano Day is celebrated around the world. In 2023, Kawai Australia will be celebrating by holding three free piano performances, streamed online on March 29th. Piano Day events can be found around the globe.
Free Kawai Piano Day performances online?
All Kawai Piano Day performances will be streamed online for free via our partner Australian Digital Concert Hall. Follow the links below to access(watch) each performances, and for more details about each pianist & their repertoire.
Kawai Piano Day – Calvin Bowman – Bach to Bach (VIC) : 29th March 6pm (AEDT) 2023
Kawai Piano Day – Stefan Cassomenos – Hammerklavier (VIC): 29th March 7pm (AEDT) 2023
Kawai Piano Day – Elyane Laussade – Bastille Day Concert: A Retrospective of French Piano Music (VIC): 29th March 8pm (AEDT) 2023
At the time of each performance, simply click the “Watch” button to join the online streaming piano performance.
To help us celebrate on Piano Day, our friends The Australian Ballet will also be posting live Piano Day stories on social media. As part of these Piano Day stories, The Australian Ballet will be taking piano song request to play during morning practice on the 29th of March.