Sites of interest

Marina Rodríguez Brià Pianist, multidisciplinary artist, great connoisseur of the life and work of Muzio Clementi and member of the AMCB
Societat Catalana de Musicologia The Catalan Musicology Society, a subsidiary of the Institut d’Estudis Catalans, was created in 1974. Its objective is the musicological research in Catalonia
Museu de la Música The Barcelona Museum of Music belongs to Barcelona City Council and is dedicated to experimentation and reflection on musical activities. It is a place for meeting, and a space for debate, knowledge and aesthetic enjoyment where the public can gain an understanding of how music plays a part in our individual and social emotions
Friends of square pianos Friends of square pianos is a website for anyone who owns, or would like to own, a square piano, or possibly a spinet. Or anyone who is just interested, possibly to learn a little more
Forte Piano taller Forte Piano Taller is a company dedicated to the tuning, repair and restoration of pianos since 1992. Currently it collaborates with the maintenance, tuning and restoration work of the pianos of the Museum of Music of Barcelona
Square Piano Tech Square Piano Tech is a dedicated resource guide for the restoration enthusiast who is looking for information on restoring the early square pianos
Maria Canals The Maria Canals International Music Competition Association is a non-profit organisation whose main purpose is to help young and aspiring professional music performers from all over the world through the Maria Canals International Music Competition of Barcelona (MCB), held annually since 1954
Clementi Society The Muzio Clementi Society was founded by Jeremy Eskenazi in 2006 to promote the works of the Italian composer Muzio Clementi (1752-1832), whose musical legacy is largely overlooked nowadays. It highlights Clementi’s significant role as composer, pianist, instrument maker, and music publisher in the late 18th – early 19th centuries
Swedish Clementi Society The Swedish Clementi Society has worked for over 40 years in restoring Muzio Clementi’s reputation as a composer by writing articles, organizing concerts and much more. It was founded in 1960, with the aim to spread awareness of the composer Muzio Clementi, by organizing concerts, giving lectures, producing radio programs etc. So far, the association has arranged over 30 concerts with renowned soloists and orchestras
Muzio Clementi Opera Omnia The complete work of Muzio Clementi, all the scores in 60 volumes
The Finchcocks Charity The Richard Burnett Heritage Collection / The Finchcocks Charity. The Finchcocks Charity continues to support musical projects specialising in period keyboard instruments. This includes concerts, courses, master-classes, recordings, academic research and performance-related projects. Where possible these projects should be related to the instruments in The Richard Burnett Heritage Collection
Historical Keyboard Society of North America (HKSNA) The Historical Keyboard Society of North America is a United States-based non-profit organization comprised of members who love and promote early keyboard instruments and the music written for them. Formed in 2012 by the merger of the Midwestern Historical Keyboard Society (MHKS) and the Southeastern Historical Keyboard Society (SEHKS), its members include instrument builders, players, teachers, and scholars, as well as many who merely love the looks and sounds of these beautiful instruments.
Carolina Music Museum Carolina Music Museum brings a new concept for music to Heritage Green as the new Greenville-based home for the world-famous Carolina Clavier Collection—more than 40 English, European, and American pianos and harpsichords dating from 1570 to 1845. The museum will also exhibit other culturally important instruments, provide performance spaces for intimate concerts, and offer adjunct space for associated music organizations