Protecting Steinway Piano From Crashing Cars

Just last month alone, the Steinway Piano Gallery at 120 S. Washington St. experienced two car crashes on separate occasions. Currently, the Hinsdale village officials are thinking if anything can be done to prevent such accidents from occurring in future. On Monday,...

A Passion For Piano

Jasmine Percell was home-schooled since young. After graduating from high school, she went on to Boston University to study psychology. Just this month on the 9th, she took part in the Nationally Federation’s Gold Cup Festival, which was held at Minot State...

Refurbished Piano to Benefit Arts Community

A Bradbury baby grand piano, which currently has a temporary home at UnCorked Glens Falls, is a link to the golden age of American piano manufacturing. This golden age started out during the Victorian age and lasted for more than 50 years. Through the efforts...

Helping Young Pianists Improve

Last Wednesday evening, a number of young pianists were treated to individual attention from adjudicator Dr. Ronald Morgan of Vancouver after they had completed their piano recitals. The extremely learned adjudicator went through the piece they had performed and made...

Young Pianist Living The Dream

Playing at the venerable Carnegie Hall in New York usually requires one to be a world-class musician, so when Tian Jiaxin made her debut, she wanted to make the right choice in music selection. “Binga Binga” was a piece written and given to her as a giftt...

Farewell to the Piano on the Bluffs

At Sunset on Valentine’s Day, over hundreds ranging from lovers and dogs to singles and children, gathered on the bluffs at the end of Kelly Avenue in Half Moon Bay, California to bear witness to the last performance by artist Mauro Ffortissimo. After this final...