DANIIL TRIFONOV | BEHIND THE SCENES

So, I’m sitting in my car, trying to decide whether or not it’s worth it to try to snap a picture before the light turns green. Smoke from the the Weston Pass Fire is billowing across the road, as numerous construction signs had warned for the last forty miles. Frankly, I’m surprised the road is still… Read on…

WHY WE WALK FOR ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

Although we support many foundations and charitable organizations, the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk is one near and dear to our hearts. This year, our team Woods Mosaic has raised $3,330 so far to benefit Alzheimer’s research. Pop, known to his customers as Chuck or Charles, passed away from Alzheimer’s disease almost six years ago. We walk… Read on…

9 NEWS VISITS US – WHERE IN THE TOWN IS GREGG MOSS

Years ago, we were interviewed by Gary Shapiro.  This summer Gregg Moss stopped by to chat with us on a segment that features local small businesses. A lot has changed in that time, but our respect for the craftsmanship and beauty of pianos is just as strong as it always has been.  

GETTING BLUTHNER

My first exposure to Blüthner pianos was at the NAMM show in, I think, 1996.  I was really taken by the quality of the instruments.  I stopped into their booth and met Ingbert Blüthner and his son, Christian, for the first time.   They told me that the Onofrio Piano Company of Denver had just taken… Read on…