I play piano.
I recommend the showman himself, Liberace.
Yes, yes, I know–he’s not a technical specialist. Big whoop. As he said so well, “I cried all the way to the bank.”
The man knew how to get people to listen to piano playing. By entertaining audiences with Beer Barrel Polka and Stardust, he “earned” the privilege of playing classical works for them.
I also like to listen to the child prodigy, Emily Bear. She’s from our city, and is a true prodigy.
I also highly recommend checking out your local music scene, or the music scene in whatever bigger city you live near. Most cities have some kind of musical organization or arts council that offers a “season” of professional musicians. If you are poor or a student, you can probably get tickets at a greatly reduced price. Check out any concerts featuring pianists! (Wish you lived in our city.)
Also check out the universities near you. Many required their music students and their faculty to play in recitals or concerts, and these are often free to the public. It’s a chance to hear some really excellent pianists.