In Oct, Stage 7 Pianos teamed up with Jazz Unlimited and Waving Tree Winery to present a unique concert. Stage 7 was the ideal setting for a Bill Anschell and his 88 friends gig. Thank you, Bill, for a standout performance. The interplay between Bill and the audience's request, made for a most entertaining evening.
Going forward, Stage 7 Pianos and Jazz Unlimited agreed to a joint venture in presenting Jazz in an intimate, listening room venue along with another jazz partner, Waving Tree Winery, who will continue to serve their great estate bottled wines.
The next gig, @Stage 7 Pianos, is on November 18th (the 3rd Friday, instead of the 4th Friday, not to interfere with the holiday weekend) and will feature the Susan Pascal Quintet, as we remember Benny, Lionel. Charlie, & Gene.
David Liew, 17, has been studying piano under Mr. Donald Denegar since the age of five. Under the tutelage of Mr. Denegar, David…
Shadow and Light performed at Stage 7 Pianos stage on May 6th sharing a sound that combines, jazz, blues and Hindustani classic…
This 1915 gorgeous unique walnut Steinway Model O has been refinished in November 2014 with a perfect Steinway style finish, including recently restrung with all new strings, hammers, and keytops.
The new location is located all the way to the back of the parking lot near Metropolitan Music.