From the Steinway Spirio Studio in Hamburg
saturday, September 23
1:00 PM PT | 4:00 PM ET | 22:00 CET
photo: Maximilian König
Award-winning pianist and composer Tim Allhoff is a constant in the German music scene. He has released nine albums as a leader, two of which garnered the prestigous German ECHO award. Allhoff is an artist of many colors, writing and playing Jazz, classical and contemporary music. His works as a composer and arranger span the arc from solo piano to various orchestral formations, from concert music to film score.
Recent projects include his work with soprano Fatma Said on her last two critically acclaimed albums. In 2023, he was invited to play at the opening concert of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Tim Allhoff has worked with artists including Larry Grenadier, Jeff Ballard, Robbie Williams, Fatma Said, Jules Buckley, Vision String Quartet, Nils Wülker, Lucienne Renaudin-Vary, Signum saxophone quartet, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Filmorchester Babelsberg, Philharmonie München, and many more.
You can view Spiriocast with your iPad but to experience everything Spiriocast has to offer — we strongly recommend connecting your Spirio | r to an external television via HDMI.
Connect your Spirio | r to your Wi-Fi network or hardwire using the Ethernet port.
Your iPad and Spirio | r must be on the same Wi-Fi network. (If using Ethernet, make certain source network is the same as Wi-Fi network.)
Settings > Piano Settings > Connect Piano to Wi-Fi Network
Look for the Spiriocast button in the Spirio app. (If you don’t see the Spiriocast button — please close and re-open the Spirio app.)
Test the local system readiness with the Spiriocast System Check tool. Look for excellent sync between Spirio piano, video, and audio.
Spirio App > Spiriocast > Spiriocast System Check > select Join
Upcoming events are listed on the Spiriocast tab.
Click the Join button to enter the cast.