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The Great Kawai Rebate Event

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Hurry… One Month Only! Your purchase of a qualifying Kawai grand, upright or digital piano during The Great Kawai Rebate Event makes you eligible for a rebate of up to $1,500.


Shigeru Piano Concert

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You’re Invited! Once in a lifetime Shigeru Piano Concert!   Performed by:   Concert Pianist, Nicholas Susi Thursday, July 6th @ 7:00pm   Wine, cheese & other refreshments will be served immediately following the concert This is a once in a lifetime event!  The Kawai Piano Company is bringing 7 Shigeru Kawai Pianos for the National Piano Technicians Guild Conference in …(more >>)


Worship Seminar

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Determining Your Entertainment Budget: How Much Does a Piano Cost?

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Piano Playing Can Fit Any Budget If you want to buy your first piano, you are likely inclined to ask, “How much does a piano cost?”. Of course we want to buy responsibly, and estimate costs to figure out if we have the necessary budget. But when it comes to buying a piano, you should not let cost lead your …(more >>)



Launching Your Career in Music: How to Get a Recording

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It’s your first step, first impression and pronounced self-image Making a music recording is just the first step in launching your career in music. If you try to take shortcuts, it may end up as a missed opportunity. Your demo tape represents you or your band. But it also reflects your self-image and level of confidence. So get familiar with …(more >>)



Explore the Parts of a Piano and How It Works

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What goes on in, also goes on out When you study the parts of a piano and how they work together to produce such vibrant sounds, you will have an even deeper appreciation for this musical instrument. Granted, digital pianos use electronic sampling. But exploring an acoustic piano will help you understand the essence of this instrument, even in digital …(more >>)



Playing by Ear vs Reading Music: Which Piano Technique Dominates?

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Have you ever wondered whether playing by ear vs reading music is better? Especially if you’re considering taking piano lessons vs learning to play online, discover the pros and cons of each technique before you decide. Distinguishing the Differences in Playing by Ear vs Reading Music You will find musicians who play piano by ear but wished they could read …(more >>)



Kawai vs Steinway > Sizing Up Major Piano Makers

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When shopping for a new piano, you may already know some of your preferences, like grand vs upright or digital vs acoustic. But deciding which brand may be a little more difficult to decipher, as there are major contenders. So let’s compare Kawai vs Steinway to help make your choice of brand a little simpler. A Look Into Their Histories …(more >>)



Taking Piano Classes > Do You Have the Talent or Teachability to Play?

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Playing the piano has always appealed to you, and now you’re finally ready to give it a whirl. Or maybe your kid is begging to take lessons. It’s difficult to pull the trigger though because you’re wondering if you have (or your child has) the talent or teachability to play, and whether the investment in an instrument and piano classes …(more >>)


Piano Tuning: Is it Overrated or Really a Must?

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If you love your piano or are shopping for one, you may wonder if you really need to get it tuned as often as technicians say. Maybe you can get away with doing it less frequently or not at all? How important is piano tuning in the grand picture anyway? The Inside Scoop on Piano Tuning For your acoustic version, …(more >>)

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