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Steinert Building Purchase Featured in Boston Globe

Steinert Building Purchase Featured in Boston Globe

A recent article in the Boston Globe details the new owner’s plans for the building’s renovation. Click here to read the full article.    

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A Truly Moving Day with Doug Johnson

A Truly Moving Day with Doug Johnson

At M. Steinert & Sons in The Natick Mall on Sunday, April 12 we saw an extremely well-attended day with pianist and educator Doug Johnson. An early afternoon workshop with Doug was followed by a riveting concert later in the day. Using the interface of various somatic (mind-body) studies, body-mapping, Alexander Technique, piano study with […]

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Walnut Hill School Student Performs Piano Concert at Natick Mall

Walnut Hill School Student Performs Piano Concert at Natick Mall

Evren Ozel, a gifted pianist and student at Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Natick, performed a program of Haydn, Chopin, and Ravel on Thursday, March 26, in the newly expanded Performance Center at the M. Steinert & Sons piano showroom in the Natick Mall. Mr. Ozel performed the following pieces for a riveted […]

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See Video from The SMS Jazz Project Performance

See Video from The SMS Jazz Project Performance

On Saturday March 28, the M. Steinert & Sons Natick Performance Center welcomed the SMS Jazz Project. Specializing in the sounds of cocktail hour jazz, the SMS Jazz Project presented a classy blend of standards and hard bop jazz. Performing works by Herbie Hancock, Sonny Rollins, Horace Silver, John Coltrane and more. Click either of […]

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CAMSA (Concord Area Music School Association) CONCERTO CONCERT

CAMSA (Concord Area Music School Association) CONCERTO CONCERT

On Sunday, March 29th, guests of M. Steinert & Sons enjoyed a wonderful evening featuring five talented local teenage pianists, all students of Ronald Kmiec and Helena Vesterman. The orchestra parts were performed by their teachers on a second piano.

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