Guide to Buying a New or Used Piano From An Authorized Bay Area Authorized
A piano is one of the most versatile and beautiful-sounding instruments in existence, and when you’re ready to buy an acoustic piano, there are a few purchase points you should be aware of. Before you even go browsing at any authorized Yamaha or Weber piano stores, give some thought to the few considerations below.
The piano is a great musical instrument for musicians and learners alike, be it for passing time in a productive way or establishing a musical career. If you wish to take up piano lessons in the Bay Area, the following are some essential tips that will guarantee your practice lessons are fruitful and you have a wonderful playing experience. Continue reading
Benefits of teaching and learning music from childhood to adulthood
Yamaha’s flagship music store located in Wardour Street, Soho London, recently conducted a survey that involved more than 1,000 adults from all over the UK in a bid to discover their views regarding learning to play a particular music instrument. Findings showed that 60% of the adults wanted to start learning at the beginning of the New Year, but in the case of children, the future seemed a bit bleak. Continue reading
Get The Facts To Unleash Your Piano Playing Passion
We’ve all heard myths about learning to play the piano that make the process of becoming a virtuoso (or even basically conversant) seem virtually impossible without prodigious effort and lots of natural talent. Frustratingly, these myths convince many people to avoid investing in Bay Area piano lessons. “What’s the point?” they wonder. Let’s bust those myths and liberate the inner musician in you!
December 2015 Pops Concert at Holy Names University
We were happy to provide Clavinova pianos for the event last month. See some of our photos of piano students performing for the event. Continue reading
Bay Area Piano Store Discusses What to Know Before Stepping On Stage
You’ve come a long way since your first Weber pianos shopping trip. You’ve worked hard to build your skills, and you’re finally ready to give your first concert. As the performance date nears, keep these tips in mind to calm your nerves and ensure that the musicality will flow through you.
Lessons Learned on a Weber Piano Mirror those Learned in Life
You have a powerful drive to become the next Bay Area piano virtuoso. But whether you are practicing your first piano notes or working on a complicated concerto, learning to play the piano teaches you about more than just the Yamaha or Weber pianos themselves. Piano playing also teaches important lessons you can apply to your life as a whole.
Purchasing even small Yamaha or Weber pianos requires a sizable investment. So what can you do, if anything, to reduce costs? Aside from saving up, paring down your budget and determining whether you’re serious about your practice, you can opt for used or pre-owned pianos. But if you do go this route, should you purchase from a dealer or a private party?
History of Weber Pianos: A High-Quality Choice for Dedicated Musicians
Weber pianos have a rich history, having been owned and played by royalty, aristocracy, famous musicians and canonized clergymen. Originally started by German immigrant Albert Weber, Weber Pianos Company built the highest quality pianos for over a century in their New York City headquarters.The quality and composition of the finely crafted pianos made them a worthwhile investment and exclusive favorite among the wealthy upper class. Continue reading
Bay Area Yamaha Piano Store Unravels the Mystery
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Investing in a new piano may provide years of joy as well as the ability to pass on a legacy for musical expression to the next generation. However, those new to the piano may notice something intriguing about the keys. Regardless of piano type, the keys always follow a specific pattern of white and black. Before you start “tickling the ivories” – or getting piano lessons for your children – take time to understand this curious pattern.