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. Read more

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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