I hold “workshops” on pianos and piano tuning wherever asked to do so, but also each of my owner service calls also includes an owner workshop about tuning and maintenance of their piano — information and instructions given to whatever length and extent they wish, lasting from a few minutes to an hour.
I provide these workshops because the more an owner knows about their piano, the better care they will take of it, and the more they will enjoy using it, and — very important — the more likely they will be to read my book [this website] “Piano Tuning Phoenix” and to tell other people about this book. It’s the only book available anywhere written in owner language, not technical language, that covers all aspects of acquiring and owning and maintaining a traditional physical acoustic piano. And, it’s FREE! Right here on the internet!
Dr. Alexander John Chandler, hailed as the first veterinary in the West, during the rapid growth of the western US territories, in 1891 settled in an area south of Mesa AZ which was to become a huge ranching enterprise of nearly 20,000 acres. It was later known as the Chandler Ranch area. By 1913 a township had been established and the City of Chandler never stopped growing to arrive at nearly one-quarter million residents today. The economy of the area was so stable over time that it was only mildly affected by either the great national depression of 1930 or the cotton depression in later years. It remains a mecca of business today, as seen in its highly diversified industrial activity, and shopping malls as seen in the Chandler Fashion Mall pictures to the right.
Chandler AZ instituted one of the most unusual and significant museums in the United States in 1983 with the opening of the Arizona Railway Museum, which now houses some of the iconic and sensational railway machinery representing the success of the West in those early 20th century times. Some of these iron monsters are pictured below left.
In 1989, the establishment of the Chandler Center for the Arts was a huge accomplishment. It has gained and grown to an internationally recognized venue today, with a 2000 sq ft exhibition gallery, a 350-seat theater, and a 250-seat recital hall, and a long string of famous artists performances, pictured below right.
An interesting place to have one of
my Piano Tuning Workshops,
don’t you think?
Piano Workshop activity
going on midst all the
other stuff above!
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