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Here is an article that echoes Regina's reasons for leaving classical piano behind, and instead embarking upon her most unique and remarkable career. In an interview or two (which I can't find right now), Regi said that classical piano had become too much like an Olympic sport, where technical skill is valued far above individual expression (or something like that). Well, hats off to the gal who knew herself well enough to do what she wanted to.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08...o%20virtuosos&st=cse

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Here is an article that echoes Regina's reasons for leaving classical piano behind, and instead embarking upon her most unique and remarkable career. In an interview or two (which I can't find right now), Regi said that classical piano had become too much like an Olympic sport, where technical skill is valued far above individual expression (or something like that). Well, hats off to the gal who knew herself well enough to do what she wanted to.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08...o%20virtuosos&st=cse

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