Archive for August, 2009

Friday Night

Monday, August 17th, 2009



Sunday, August 16th, 2009

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Friday, August 14th, 2009

We have been working on so many projects this month it has been difficult to find enough time to report it all.

First of all, the top news is that we will be working with a new education platfrom that is designed to teach special need kids how to play the piano.  Cathy Hirata and her group will be joining us in September to host some workshops and teacher/parent meetings to discuss how teaching special needs children is so important today.  I can’t wait to tell you about the corporations and organizations that will be involved and how such an outstanding program will benefit all of San Diego.  More exciting news to follow.

Our new ad for Bechstein “the worlds finest piano” broke this week in Premier magazine.  We are going to be showing off at a beautiful home in Rancho Santa Fe next weekend.  I will try to get the announcement out in the blog this week.  You are all invited, details to follow.

Band instrument business is beginning to heat up.  We are going to continue this year supplying some of the local organizations with band instruments.  This is a very exciting business.

I had the occasion to go to the Zoo last night and watched all of the kids dancing and commented on how excited they were about music and how much they all seemed to love it.  I must say that it was really cute to watch the kids dancing while the sound of the small band was playing right outside of a food court.  I wish for each of them to grow up loving music and learning how to play is such a fun and great experience.

Of course we are still hosting the piano at the Chargers stadium this year.  Our first game is tomorrow.  Hopefully this will prove to be an exciting season for them.

Precision Piano Movers located here in the building with us has asked me to let you know that they are able to help you when you need your piano moved or stored.

Drop by sometime, we would love to meet you.



Sunday, August 2nd, 2009

That was the only word I had to describe last nites concert.  Andres played 2 compositions from Bach and one from Beethoven on the first half of the performance and then returned with Scriabin, then the Sonata #2 composed in 1982 by Federico Ibarra had the audience sitting on the edge of their chairs and when he finished with Rachmaninoff it put everyone in the auditorium on their feet.

I will be letting you know about upcoming concerts and hope to bring you a date which Andres will return for another performance.

Drop by and see us sometime we would love to meet you.


We Have New Art & Andres Will Be Here Tomorrow

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

The Childrens Initiative has hung new art along with a terrific artists named Jan Wills from Arizona. The Childrens Initiative art sells for $25.00 – $100.00 and is an excellent viewpoint of kids and what they see. I have purchased 3 of them myself. Jan’s paintings are $275.00 and are incredible. Her vision is absolutely astounding. You have to drop by and see them and then decide which one you want and enjoy them in your own home.

Andres is very excited about being here tomorrow. I have listened to his rehearsals this week and cant wait to here it all put together live. Of course, the fact that he is playing the worlds finest piano 9’2″ C. Bechstien helps, but, you are going to be blown away at this young man’s incredible talent and his interpretation of some of the greatest composers of all time. You will also be astounded at a relatively new composer by the name of Fredrico Ibarra.

We are going to hold our clearance sale through Monday. The savings are incredible and the extra incentives are great.

Stop by and say hello we would love to meet you.


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