October, 2014

Andrew Rangell Performs “A Chopin Recital”

“A Chopin Recital” by Andrew Rangell Andrew Rangell introduced his latest CD, “A Chopin Recital,” with a special concert event at M. Steinert & Sons in Boston on Saturday, November 8th. A wonderful crowd came out to support Andrew and to hear him play. Photos of the event will be posted soon. About the Artist […]

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Sangyoung Kim and Victor Cayres perform "Sonata for Two Pianos" by David Owens

A Double Treat! On Saturday, November 8, we welcomed pianist Sangyoung Kim and Victor Cayres to our Natick Mall store. The two performed Sonata for Two Pianos by David Owens as well as works by Schubert, Villa-Lobos, and Corigliano. Photos of the event will be posted soon. About the Artists Sangyoung Kim A pianist since […]

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Pianist Ai-Ying Chiu Delights Steinert Hall with Selections from Piazzolla and Mendelssohn.

On November 11, we enjoyed a special evening at Steinert Hall with Pianist Ai-Ying Chiu, accompanied by Sonia Deng and Kett-Chuan Lee. The trio played selections from “Four Seasons of Buenos Aires” by Astor Piazzolla, and the “Piano Trio in D Minor, Op. 49” by Felix Mendelssohn. The well attended concert was followed by a wine and cheese reception. […]

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Steinway Society Winners Podcast

Steinway Society Winners Podcast

On Sunday, November 2nd, 2014 a WCRB special on the Steinway Society produced by Cathy Fuller took place. The performance included 6 performances by our 2014 winners !!! Click here to listen to Victor Li, winner of Division 4 (9th and 10th graders) perform Liszt’s Concert Paraphrase on Verdi’s Rigoletto. Click here to hear 9-year […]

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A Piano to Honor a Memory

IN LOVING MEMORY  There was an extraordinary dedication recital 10/4/14 at Dover-Sherborn High School: extraordinary not only because of the talent of each performer—ranging from a rich operatic bass, a professional jazz pianist, DSHS students singing a capella, to a Chopin nocturne—but because each performer and audience member was connected to the Paganelli-O’Brien’s, a family who […]

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