BBC piano man has died, at 72

We are sorry to learn of the death of Jeremy Siepmann, a civilised man who played many roles in piano music, most effectively as a propagator on the BBC.

A New Englander who studied with Rudolf Serkin, Jeremy became head of music at the BBC World Service in 1988 and, later, editor of Piano magazine. He was a frequent broadcaster on BBC channels and a gentle reviewer in music magazines.

He also produced and presented a get-to-know composer series for Naxos.


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