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Steinway Artist Mona Golabek will offer a virtual Willesden READS program for Cleveland school districts on Monday, November 8 at 11 am. Teachers and staff are encouraged to register their classes for this free event, during which students will experience a 50-minute livestreamed theatrical performance and concert based on the best-selling book “The Children of Willesden Lane.”Read More
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, in partnership with USC Shoah Foundation, proudly presents The Children of Willesden Lane, the critically acclaimed one-woman theatrical performance by STEINWAY ARTIST Mona Golabek. This free concert is based on Golabek’s book and recounts the story of her mother’s survival, resilience and triumph during World War II.Read More
The physical and mental benefits of playing music have long been recognized. The piano, in particular, has been an unparalleled outlet for those seeking escape, creative expression, and simply fun and joy. Recent years have only seen more evidence of the benefits of piano come to light, linking music making to a healthy body, a healthy mind, and a healthy life.Read More
CLEVELAND, OH – Hailed by The New York Times as “America’s most understatedly amazing orchestra (if not the world),” The Cleveland Orchestra spent 2018 celebrating not so much its origins, but more of what it unceasingly manages to give back to robust citizens of Northeast Ohio – great music.Read More
BEREA, OHIO – Audition Day at Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music always brings welcoming words to anxious parents from Dean Susan Van Vorst about the significance of being an All-Steinway institution.Read More
NORTH RIDGEVILLE, OH – It is a scenario all too familiar at many public schools across America – music teachers and students dealing with inferior pianos. When the Steinway Piano Gallery Cleveland team assessed the instruments at North Ridgeville City School District, he found they were more than 50 years old.Read More
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