What is pianist?

  • (noun): A person who plays the piano.
    Synonyms: piano player

Pianist

A pianist ( /ˈpiːənɨst/ PEE-ə-nist) is a musician who plays the piano. A professional pianist can perform solo pieces, play with an ensemble or orchestra, or accompany one or more singers, solo instrumentalists, or other performers.

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Tibor Harsányi
... of Hungary, June 27, 1898 – Paris, September 19, 1954) was a Hungarian-born composer and pianist ... He toured as a pianist around Europe and the Pacific, then settled in Holland in 1920, and worked there as a pianist, conductor and composer before relocating to Paris in 1923 ...
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