Jody Woos 
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Re: “Key Performers: Sizing Up Local Venues' Grand Pianos

Fascinating article, Amy. Performing piano chamber music in our area is particularly challenging. The string or wind players are often playing on exquisite instruments with which they are intimately acquainted. It is important that the pianist be given an equally high level instrument on which to rehearse and perform. At the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival in August each summer, we deal with this issue by renting a concert grand from Steinway in NYC. This puts our pianist on the same footing instrument-wise as our other players. Not only are the instrumentalists happy, but our audiences love the sound as well. Of course, this adds considerably to the costs of putting on our Festival!

Posted by Jody Woos on 05/08/2014 at 8:12 AM

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