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!
My Peoria Piano Tuning Workshop area includes cities of Sun City, Sun City West, El Mirage, Surprise and Peoria. The borders of Peoria are huge, and similar to those of Scottsdale, and go far north about 50 miles. The lines of these areas are blurred because of the arrangement of “Villages” and “Cities” and “Towns” in relation to the base area of Phoenix proper.
But, I do get calls from time to time in “them hills out up thar”, and I will go when needed, because sometimes no technician anywhere will go there — I have to charge for it, but I will go. I do this because it is for me something like taking a mini-vacation to add an extra hour or so drive time up in parts of the hills area where I have never been before! It gets out of the over-civilized parts of the Phoenix Valley where all the houses look similar, just have different addresses, to areas that reflect on the past or are styled differently on purpose.
Peoria history is so rich and interconnected to the growth and development of the entire northwest of the Phoenix valley, that I won’t even start — the Collage to the right reflects on the magnitude of the area, Sports Complex, historical statues and preservations everywhere, Lake Pleasant and the West Wing community development.
The Sports Complex is magnified below.
1895 Peoria Railroad Depot — dismantled and rebuilt at McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park in Scottsdale AZ
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