We offer instruction in all accoustic instruments Monday through Saturday. Our regular store hours are Wednesday through Friday, 10 to 6, and Saturdays 10 to 4. Monday and Tuesday by appointment only. With over 30 years experience and specialized training we are the only resource you need for
We understand your piano is more than a wonderful instrument and beautiful piece of furniture. It is a valuable asset. When properly maintained, it will only increase in value. Regardless of the age, condition and type of piano it can generally be restored for one-tenth to one-half the cost of a new purchase. Because the original quality and workmanship exceeded today's standards your piano's value will only continue to increase for generations.
Master Craftsmanship was instilled into each of these timeless treasures. Our mission is to reproduce or improve upon the original quality of your piano. Whether your need is regular servicing, more extensive repairs or a complete restoration we are here to help. Some of our repair services include: Ivory key repair and replacement, brass and veneer inlay, intricate detailed case repairs, new hammers, new whippens, new strings with nickel plated tuning pins.
On October 27, 2017 the First Coast Opera performed a show on the week of Halloween titled “Opera’s Most Haunting Melodies”. Performed in front of a packed house at the Mark Lance Armory on San Marco Ave, St Augustine, FL, the show was opera at its best with a sprinkle of spooky Halloween and comedy.
Starring in its supporting role was a beautiful Steinway “M” in a light walnut. The piano was restored by the craftsmen at Sterry Piano, and you can find galleries of the process here. At 5’7” in length, the instrument balances its rich tone with a manageable size making it the perfect instrument for many homes. This Steinway “M” and others are available for sale; click here to find your perfect piano!
On Friday, October 28th, 2016, First Coast Opera explored the brief, shining career of iconic American tenor and heartthrob, Mario Lanza (1921-1959). A packed house heard live performances of selections from his films The Student Prince, The Toast of New Orleans, The Great Caruso, and others in the unique “swimming pool” of The Lightner Museum in downtown Saint Augustine.
The singers, accompanied by a 1910 Steinway grand piano were absolutely at their best, evident by the thundering applause of the audience. The Steinway "B" has been restored (see our restoration galleries here) by Sterry Piano. Similar classic instruments are available for sale. including a rare Steinway "D" Orchestral Grand in a rosewood finish.
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