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Boston Municipal HQ gets a gift from Barry Manilow

October 1, 2015

                                              The Manilow Music Project has donated a new Yamaha P22 piano to the newly renovated lobby of the administrative offices of Boston Public Schools. Pictured: Carleton Jones (left), executive director for Boston…

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Disabled boy learns to play piano with his eyes

January 16, 2015

via the Guardian.com What is virtual reality for? Games, according to the original mission of Oculus VR, whose Oculus Rift is the most high-profile VR headset currently in development. Much wider applications from remote doctor consultations to taking a virtual seat court-side at big basketball matches according to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, whose company bought…

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The Extraordinary Bösendorfer 175th Anniversary Grand Piano…

January 5, 2015

Roger’s Piano is now New England’s exclusive home of one of the most extraordinary and exciting pianos ever crafted:  The Bösendorfer 175th Anniversary Grand Piano. Stop by today to see and hear a legend in person…

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Carlo Grante takes the stage in London with Bösendorfer

December 12, 2014

Via nyconcertreview.com The great pianist Alfred Cortot said of the Chopin Etudes that “they are as inaccessible to the technician without poetry as they are to the poet without technique.” The same could apply equally to all of Chopin’s works. Carlo Grante possesses both technique and poetry in formidable degrees. His daunting program consisted of…

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Craig Knudsen, In Concert at Roger’s Piano

October 5, 2014

Craig Knudsen demonstrated his considerable skills as a technology & software expert for Yamaha with two performances during Roger’s Music & Technology Extravaganza.  Roger’s Pano was able to offer area institutions and educators the benefit of a panel of music, education and technology experts including Ray Chandler, Senior Technical Manager for Yamaha’s Keyboard & Bösendorfer Divistions…

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A Yamaha CFX on stage at the Lexington Symphony

September 24, 2014

The legendary Yamaha CFX concert grand was the centerpiece on stage with the Lexington Symphony this past Saturday, 9/20. The CFX is Yamaha’s flagship concert grand, offering unprecedented power and beauty in concert instrument. The Lexington Symphony was founded in 1995 by conductor Hisao Watanabe and a group of dedicated professional musicians and supporters, Lexington…

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Yamaha TransAcoustic Piano Review

August 29, 2014

A Yamaha TransAcoustic Piano Review via Time Magazine: With Yamaha’s Electrified TransAcoustic, the Entire Piano Is the Speaker. It’s a fully acoustic, optionally silent piano teamed with a pair of transducers and a digital sample set lifted from Yamaha’s premium CFX concert grand, producing a piano sound you’ve never heard before. Imagine, however improbable this…

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Lauren Bacall and Harry Truman’s Piano Moment Led to Bigger Things

August 18, 2014

via U.S. News & World Report: A sitting vice president entertaining a Hollywood star? Sounds like something that could happen in Joe Biden’s Washington. But a moment starring vice president Harry Truman, back in 1945, is getting renewed attention after news broke Tuesday that actress Lauren Bacall had passed away at the age of 89….

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Roger’s Piano at Yamaha with pianist Inna Faliks

August 11, 2014

Pianist Inna Faliks (left) and Roger’s Piano Owner Carol Wu (right) While Roger’s Piano was the guest of Yamaha this past week in Cerritos, CA, owner Carol Wu enjoyed an extraordinary private performance by renowned pianist Inna Faliks. Called “adventurous” and “passionate” by The New Yorker and “poetic” by Time Out New York, Ukrainian-born, New…

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Roger’s Piano visits Yamaha

August 7, 2014

Roger’s Piano was the guest of Yamaha Corporation of America this week in Cerritos, California.  Here Carol Wu chats with composer, jazz pianist, and Grammy Award winner Billy Childs. Yamaha is introducing some extraordinary new products over the next few weeks, so stay tuned for big news on that front coming soon…

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