youtubeYou can see thousands of videos of Phillip playing short piano pieces and suites by (mainly) less well-known composers on his YouTube channel here.  A small sample of the many hundreds of composers represented: Ignacio Cervantes; Gabriel Grovlez; Cornelius Gurlitt; Ernst Haberbier; Stephen Heller; Heinrich Hofmann; Halfdan Kjerulf; Theodor Kullak; Theodore Lack; René Lenormand; Gustav Merkel; Josef Nešvera; Walter Niemann; Carl Reinecke; Eduard Schütt; Ludvig Schytte; Charles Vincent; Vincent Wallace; and many others.  There are also pieces by Franck, Gade, Glinka, Karg-Elert, Nevin; Rebikov; Rubinstein and Sterndale-Bennett, piano versions of recent film themes, Phillip’s transcriptions of standards and Latin numbers and more.

Phillip’s YouTube channel was featured in the article ‘YouTube Focus’ in the January 2009 edition of Gramophone magazine, and in January 2011 received its two-millionth view.  This led to the site being featured on BBC regional radio and television, and on the Gold FM breakfast show in February 2011.  Subsequently, Phillip was interviewed about the channel in the February/March  2019 issue of ‘Pianist’ magazine (UK). The view count is now just over 15 million (1 December 2023).  You can see Phillip’s latest video below: