A 650lbs grand piano has mysteriously appeared on a sandbar in Miami's Biscayne Bay - and no one appears to be coming Bach for it!
The piano was placed at the highest point along the sandbar, about 200 yards from shore, so that it doesn't disappear underwater during high tide.
But who put it there - and, almost more importantly, why - remains unknown.
It could have come from one of the condominiums that line the shore of the bay - or it could have come from further afield.
The one thing authorities do know is that unless the instrument turns from a mino... Read more.
Carillon Festivals will be celebrate their 40th Music Gala in just a few weeks time, 25th -28th February 2011. DirkJan Ranzijn, Matthew Bason, Rosalie Birchore, Richard Bower and Ben Scott Hyde, star in this fully packed musical bonanza.
In addition Bonners Music Superstore, Wersi UK Direct, Handmade Music and of course Carillon Studios will all display their wares. Visitors to the festival will find a special one time only promotion deal on the Yamaha Tyros 4 during the weekend.
Visitor passes to the Hotel on Saturday and Sunday Daytime (9.00 am until 4.00 pm) are FREE. Thi... Read more.
The now famous Kent International Piano & Keyboard Fair in Bexley Kent is now celebrating 10 successful years on Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th February 2011.
This free event has been hosted by Musicland (UK) Ltd seeing hundreds of music lovers over its 2 day weekend events. This year there will be many new instruments to see and hear from major piano and keyboard manufacturers being played by the UK’s top concert artists. There is also a chance to win a New Yamaha Keyboard worth £400 in a free prize draw.
David Harrild who runs this event says “This eve... Read more.
Shirley Organ and Keyboard Society have changed their name to "The Eden Park Music Club". Following the recent donation that saved the club they have decided to update the club image. We wish them the best of luck and may their numbers go from strength to strength.
Elizabeth has been in touch to tell us of her latest mishap! During the bad weather a gritter ploughed into her telephone pole, which resulted in knocking out her phone and internet connection. She has now been without both for over 5 weeks. Liz wanted us to mention it on here in case any clubs or societies have been trying to contact her regarding future or forthcoming bookings.
If anybody wishes to contact Liz in the meantime, please call her on her mobile 07814 261983 and she has said she will be happy to call you back to save the costs or alternatively, her parents on 01254 830267.