The Lost Pianos of Siberia: An evocative journey through a cruel country that looked for redemption in its music

It was Catherine the Great who first saw the potential for Russia to become an influential musical nation while also establishing the country as a great and often brutal European power

29th March, 2020
The Lost Pianos of Siberia: An evocative journey through a cruel country that looked for redemption in its music
Russia has long had a complex, intense relationship with the piano. Picture: Getty

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The Lost Pianos of Siberia

By Sophy Roberts

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