In 2017, the world-famous pianist (and member of Manhattan School of Music Artistic Advisory Committee) injured his left arm, forcing him to take a year-long sabbatical. Read here in the The New York Times about how he has rethought everything — down to the way he practices. “I’m going back to basics more,” he said. “It’s healthier.” Returning after a career-threatening injury, the world’s most famous classical pianist is rethinking his approach to music.
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