Jamie Syer, piano

In my teaching videos, I perform the pieces I’m discussing. You can find interpretations of intermediate to advanced repertoire there.

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On this page: a miscellany of performances, including a selection from the Long Distance Piano Duet project.

“Les larmes” (tears) and “Pâques” (Easter) from Suite No. 1 “Fantaisie-tableaux” for 2 pianos.
I’ve played this piece for many years, and never get tired of its elegance and expressiveness. Recorded live in the studio.
A whimsical duet for two keyboards, one of which is not a piano. Enjoy!
Early in the pandemic, I began recording ‘long-distance’ piano duets with some of my friends and colleagues. Here’s “En bateau” from Debussy’s Petite Suite, with Joseph Fridman, Edmonton pianist and teacher.
Bruce Vogt and I were colleagues at the University of Victoria.
We hope you enjoy this ‘long-distance’ performance of one of Schubert’s Polonaises, for piano four-hands.
Michael Manning and I were both students of Ward Davenny at the Yale School of Music a few decades ago. Here’s the Palm Court era “Waltz” from Samuel Barber’s piano duet suite Souvenirs.