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The Creative Process: Two Pianos

There is something wonderfully strange about the creative process as it pertains to music. It is wonderful in that it presents all sorts of possibilities and implications for further experiments in creativity and strange because it can go unseen and be highly subconscious.   525 more words


Meet the Artist......Jeffrey Biegel, pianist

Who or what inspired you to take up the piano, and make it your career? 

There was a piano in the house – an old Estey upright. 782 more words


Steinway Astoria Partnership Holds Annual Meeting

The Steinway Astoria Partnership held their annual public meeting on June 27 at Tu Casa Restaurant, 30-10 Steinway St., Astoria. Chairman of the Board Tony Barsamian hosted the meeting and presented the annual report. 359 more words

Queens Gazette

Sensible or not: Scrutinizing the subtleties of sound

Thus far, our senses have led to some pretty solid sounding instruments.
How much should we or shouldn’t we abandon relying on them? 1,178 more words

91 years of volunteering

Volunteers are the forefront of the National Trust. We are fortunate to have the support of more than 450 volunteers in the house department (with over 700 working across the property). 152 more words

Polesden Lacey

Rotuna to divulge ‘Secrets of Steinway’

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Former Steinway manager Ray Rotuna will discuss the renowned piano brand at 4 p.m. today in Fletcher Music Hall.

Steinway Piano has a secret that it does not want Chautauquans to keep to themselves. 183 more words

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