Spring 2017

Last May, when the fourth issue of Beyond King's came out, it was so well received that I immediately began worrying about how we would ever manage to top it this year. Surely all the good stories had already been told -- this was a school, after all, and not that much happens at schools.

When Students Do the Teaching

From the first poignant notes of Kiyoshi Yoshida’s “Big Fish and Begonia” on opening night, to a final stirring performance of Frédéric Chopin’s “Fantaisie-Impromptu op.66 C-sharp minor” two weeks later, the second annual 88 Keys Piano Festival delivered on its promise to celebrate the “emperor of instruments: the piano.”

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