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grownups who want to play

"About 100 years ago...Ladies paid five cents to join the Presto Piano Club...Seven female pianists, determined to practise their art, formed the Ladies Musical Club in February 1898. By April, they were calling themselves the Presto Piano Club. The membership fee was five cents. Hoping to share its musical talent with others, the club sponsored its first public concert at the City Hall on March 28, 1901, with tenor Adam Dockray from Toronto."

Fast forward to the year 2002. Four amateur pianists started the first piano club in Rockland County, New York.

The piano club' "Grownups Who Want to Play" meetings offer a supportive environment for adults who have returned to the piano or have begun taking lessons for the first time. Join us ~ share music and enjoy the camaraderie of other "grownups who want to play".

Meetings ~ Wednesday Evenings at 7:00 pm

Meeting take place every two months and are planned
to accommodate the schedules of our members input.

Please Contact Us
if you are interested in finding out more about
Grownups Who Want to Play!

 

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