Steinway Recital/Concert Pianos

Secrets of Steinway Seminar 7/9 at 7pm

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The Steinway Seminar Series
comes to Nashville!
Steinway pianos are considered the piano by which all others are judged by the world over, but have you ever wondered what makes them the best?
Steinway Piano Gallery is proud to host a Steinway Representative from The Factory as he presents the many Secrets of Steinway.
The Secrets of Steinway
July 9th at 7pm

This informative seminar will include information about the most important patents all the way down to the most intriguing nuances that go into the making of a Steinway.
We will explain how Steinway invented the modern grand piano and how, even though many companies have tried to copy Steinway’s techniques, no one has succeeded in duplicating the Steinway sound.

University of Memphis Piano & Clarinet Recital 11/22 6pm

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Piano and Clarinet Recital
Oksana Poleshook
and Robyn Jones 

                                                     Robyn Jones                              Oksana Poleshook  
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Saturday, November 22nd at 6:00pm!
Steinway Piano Gallery!



Witold Lutoslawski, Dance Preludes for Clarinet and Piano
Francis Poulenc, Sonata for Clarinet and Piano
Johannes Brahms, Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, op.120 #1


Russian-born pianist Oksana Poleshook made her orchestral debut (Saint-Saens, Concerto #2) in 1993 with Far Eastern (Dalniy Vostok) Symphony Orchestra. In 1999 she graduated from Glinka State Conservatory in Nizhny Novgorod (Russia). Since her arrival in the US in 2001 she is actively engaged as a collaborator performing nationally and internationally. Her recent performance venues include: Conservatorio Riva del Garda, Italy, St. Martin in the Bull Ring, Birmingham, UK, Minoritensaal, Graz, Austria.
Ms. Poleshook served as a faculty member at Rhodes College (2002-2004) and the University of Memphis since 2008. In 2009 she was featured as a recording artist on the CD “Chamber Wind Music of Jack Cooper” released by Centaur Records.

Robyn Jones is currently assistant professor of clarinet at the Rudi Scheidt School of Music, University of Memphis.  Since arriving in Memphis in the fall of 2012, she has performed with the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, the Memphis Woodwind Quintet, and the Jackson Symphony Orchestra. She held the position of principal clarinet with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra in New Orleans from 2004-2012, during which time she was a featured soloist with Debussy’s Premier Rhapsody. In addition to her position in the LPO, Ms. Jones taught at Tulane University and the University of New Orleans. Prior to assuming her position in New Orleans, she performed with many orchestras, including the Minnesota Orchestra, the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic.

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11/1 TN Jazz & Blues “Session at Steinway”

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Proudly Presents

Saturday, November 1 at 1:30pm


Tennessee Jazz & Blues Society

Details about the concert are located below and on here
November 1

Steinway Piano Gallery

Pianist/vocalist Jody Nardone is the guest artist for the next installment of the new Sessions at Steinwayseries sponsored by the Tennessee Jazz & Blues Society and the Steinway Piano Gallery. The interview/performance series is a new concept designed to give local fans an intimate look at their favorite local artists. Interviewer/host for this installment will be guitarist and TJBS Board Member Cliff Richmond.

Jody Nardone is a musician and entertainer of extraordinary range and ability. His range extends from Stevie Wonder to Thelonious Monk, and includes vocals as well as virtuoso piano. Audiences at the late, lamented F. Scott’s enjoyed his monthly appearances there for over 10 years, and he was a smash hit at last year’s TJBS Christmas Concert.

Sessions at Steinway is modeled after the award-winning series, Inside The Actors’s Studio and was conceived by saxophonist and TJBS Vice-President, Rahsaan Barber. The new series combines interview and performance, featuring guest hosts and artists whose work enriches Music City’s jazz and blues scenes. It offers audiences the rare chance to to hear unique and personal accounts of life both on and away from the stage. The “sessions” will include short performances and a Q&A segment for audience interaction.

Tickets are $10 for TJBS members and $15 for non-members. Student tickets are $10. Tickets can be purchased online:


Other confirmed dates in the series are:
Saturday, December 6, Guest Artist – To Be Announced.

The VERY Best Pianos in EVERY Price Range…since 1929!

ETSU Students perform 10/24 7pm

This is a great opportunity to hear the wonderful student pianists from ETSU.
Steinway Piano Gallery
4285 Sidco Dr
Nashville, TN 37204

Vanderbilt Blair Students perform 11/15 3pm

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Bach’s Partitas

By Vanderbilt University’s
 Blair School of Music 
Concert Will Be Raising 
awareness for 
Society of St. Andrew  
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Saturday, November 15 at 3:00pm!

Six outstanding Blair piano students perform J.S. Bach’s six partitas, BWV 825-830. Originally composed for harpsichord and commonly referred to as the “German Suites,” they were the last set of harpsichord suites that Bach composed, and the most technically demanding. Performance by Young Steinway Artist Thomas Ridgway, June Kim, Kazuki Takizawa, William Woodard, David Rodgers and Zachary Kleiman.

In attendance for this concert will be Linda Tozer, Regional Director for Society of St. Andrew, Tennessee.

The Society of St. Andrew, Tennessee Gleaning Network has rescued and distributed 5.5 million pounds of produce to those in need in Tennessee. This has resulted in approximately 16.5 million servings of food going to Tennessee’s hungry.

Through the Tennessee Gleaning Network, volunteers are coordinated across the state gleaning fields, farmers’ markets, produce houses simply picking up the food that is left behind. SoSA volunteers represent various church denominations, synagogues, youth groups, civic organizations, and individuals who want to make a difference in their community.

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Thomas Ridgway is one of a highly select group of Young Steinway Artists around the world.  He was a winner of the top freshman award at Blair in 2013, the Margaret Branscomb Prize, as well as the winner of the Vanderbilt Concerto Competition his freshman year.  Now a junior, he spent last summer studying piano in Europe, both in Vienna and Italy.  Last spring he was presented by the Illinois Philharmonic in recital which included a world premiere by Shelby Flowers. 

June Kim was born in Seoul, South Korea before moving to Miami, Florida with her family, which now resides in the greater Nashville area.  She held the prestigious MJB full scholarship for two years before coming to Vanderbilt on scholarship.  A prizewinner at the summer Indiana University piano camp in past summers, she performed a complete Mozart Concerto last spring at the Blair School of Music. In the fall of 2013 June worked with the distinguished composer Richard Danielpour on one of his recent piano Preludes.


Kazuki Takizawa is a 9th grader, originally from Japan, via Miami, Florida.  His family lives in Murfreesboro, and his younger sister is a ballet dancer.  Kazuki has performed in many concerts at Blair, including Turner Hall, Ingram Hall, a solo recital in the Choral Hall, and Cheekwood Mansion as soloist.  He was awarded the prestigious MJB full scholarship the past two years at the Blair School of Music, studying music theory, history, and ensemble playing.


William Woodard, a sophomore from Illinois, was the winner of the top freshman award at Blair in 2014, the Margaret Branscomb Prize and is also the holder of the Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholarship.  He is an aspiring collaborative pianist.


David Rodgers, from Pasadena, California, began playing the piano at age 4 when he began his classical training.  At age 11 he began teaching himself jazz piano and now pursues both classical and jazz piano at Vanderbilt where he is a Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholar.


Zachary Kleiman, a freshman Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholar from New Jersey, where he graduated from Princeton High School. He has performed annual solo recitals for the past seven years. Zachary won the Greater Princeton Steinway Society Competition in 2013 and the concerto competition at New York Summer Music Festival in 2011. 

85th Anniversary Celebration Events!

We’re Celebrating 85 years in business!
Steinway Piano Gallery (American Keyboard Galleries) is celebrating 85 years in business with 25 years here in Nashville!
You are cordially invited to celebrate with us!
Details for our anniversary concert and special events are below.
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President of Steinway & Sons 
Mr. Ron Losby and
Nashville Mayor Karl Dean will join in celebrating with us a delightful concert to be given by world-renowned Steinway Artist, Dr. William DeVan.
The concert begins at 7pm.
Seating is limited.
Thursday Sept 25 at 7pm
Steinway Piano Gallery

4285 Sidco Dr.Nashville, TN 37204

Piano Teacher Workshop – 9/26 at 10am

Dr. William DeVan will do a FREE workshop for teachers entitled
“From Studio to Stage- How to Prepare for a Public Performance.”


Classics for Children – 9/27 at 10am

Bring your whole family to enjoy a special concert just for kids!
Dr. DeVan will perform several great works in piano literature, plus give a brief explanation to familiarize the audience with the composition.  You’ll hear the great tonal variety and responsive nature of the Steinway piano and how it meets the rigorous demands of the world’s finest pianists!
A Q&A with the artist and meet-n-greet will follow!
There is no charge for this event: RSVP is requested.
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9/6 TN Jazz & Blues

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Proudly Presents
Saturday, September 6 at 1:30pm


Tennessee Jazz & Blues Society

Details about the concert are located below and on here
September 6

Steinway Piano Gallery

The Tennessee Jazz  Blues Society and Steinway Piano Gallery of Nashville are proud to present a new performance series, Sessions at Steinway.The new series combines interview and performance, featuring guest hosts and artists whose work enriches Music City’s jazz and blues scenes.Sessions at Steinway is modeled after the award-winning series, Inside The Actor’s Studio and was conceived by saxophonist and TJBS Vice-President, Rahsaan Barber. It offers audiences the rare chance to to hear unique and personal accounts of life both on and away from the stage.

The “sessions” will include short performances and a Q&A segment for audience interaction.The first in the series will take place Saturday, September 6 at 1:30 pm at the Steinway Piano Gallery, Sidco Drive.

The guest artist for this first in the series will be legendary drummer Duffy Jackson, hosted by pianist Bruce Dudley.

Tickets will be $10 for TJBS members and $15 for non-members and students.

Tickets will be available at the door and online at:

Other confirmed dates in the series are:
Saturday, October 4, Guest Artist, Jeff Coffin.  Host, Don Aliquo
Saturday, November 1, Guest Artist, Jody Nardone.  Host, Cliff Richmond
Saturday, December 6, Guest Artist – To Be Announced.

8/3 @ 3pm Trumpeter Bill Goode in Concert


Trumpeter Brad Goode in Concert

Featuring Bruce Dudley, piano; Jim Ferguson, Bass; Jim White, Drums

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“The lyrical genius of the trumpet”
– Chicago Tribune
Brad Goode earned a BM degree in trumpet at the University of Kentucky, and an MM degree in bass at DePaul University. His trumpet teachers were Vincent DiMartino, Byron Baxter, Clark Terry, Chris Gekker and William Adam. He studied bass with Larry Gray, Donald “Rafael” Garrett and Carroll Crouch.

During his apprenticeship, he toured and recorded with the bands of Von Freeman, Red Rodney, Al Cohn, Eddie Harris, Ira Sullivan, Frank Morgan, Curtis Fuller, Jack DeJohnette, Ernie Krivda, Rosemary Clooney,  Barrett Deems, the Woody Herman Orchestra and many others.

Brad led his own combo in Chicago from 1985 until 1998, including a twelve-year stint as leader of the house band at the Green Mill. As a Cultural Ambassador for Mayor Richard Daley of Chicago, he led jazz groups on tours of Asia and the Middle East.  He was named one of the most influential Chicagoans of the 1980s by the Chicago Tribune, who credited him as a “major catalyst in the revitalization of the Chicago jazz scene.”

Since 1998, Brad has primarily performed as a freelance lead trumpeter. He currently tours with the bands of Canadian vocalist Matt Dusk and West African drummer Paa Kow. He has continued to perform jazz on occasion as a single, and he formed his current quartet in 2006. He makes frequent appearances as a soloist and clinician at colleges and high schools. His 15 recordings as a leader can be heard on the Delmark, Sunlight, SteepleChase and Origin labels.

Brad Goode has served on the faculties of The American Conservatory of Music, New Trier High School, Cuyahoga Community College, The University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, The Colorado Conservatory for the Jazz Arts and The University of Colorado, where he is currently Associate Professor of Jazz Studies.

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Thereminist Shueh-Li performs 8/16 @ 7pm

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8/30 Yang-Li Piano Duo

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Proudly Presents
Duo Piano Recital
Dr. Hui-Ting Yang
& Dr. Kuo-Liang Li
Saturday, August 30 at 7pm

Piano Duet/Duo Piano Recital

Dr. Hui-Ting Yang

Dr. Kuo-Liang Li 

Details about the concert are located below 
This recital is free and open to the public.
August 30

Steinway Piano Gallery
Sonata for one piano four hands, K.358 — W. A. Mozart  

Fantasy in F minor, Op.103 (D.940) — F. Schubert 

Libertango for Piano Duet, arranged by Peter Petrof (2012) — A. Piazzolla 


Concertino for two pianos, Op.94 — D. Shostakovich 

Fantaisie-Tableaux for two pianos, Op. 5 — S. Rachmaninov

I. “Barcarolle”-Allegretto          

Concertino for two pianos, Op.94 —  D. Shostakovich

Hui-Ting Yang – BIO

As an active performer, Dr. Hui-Ting Yang has performed throughout the Czech Republic, Korea, Taiwan, and the United States. Her extensive repertoire includes an increasing focus on American living composers, including Augusta Read Thomas, Laura Schwendinger, Matthew Burtner, Ladislav Kubík, Chen-Yi, and Clifton Callender. In September 2012 she recorded three chamber works by Ladislav Kubík with mezzo-soprano Phyllis Pancella and violinist Karen Bentley Pollick. In June 2010 she has performed seven solo recitals throughout the Czech Republic, including performances at the highly acclaimed Cesky Krumlov International Music Festival and the Artist Concert Series in Děčín. Her concerts included music by Liszt, Ravel, Barber, Brahms, Dvorak, and the world premiere of Kubík’s Sonata-Portrait. She also performs regularly as a guest pianist at “The Days of Contemporary Music” festival in Prague, organized by the Society of Czech Composers. Her upcoming events will include Piano Duet/Duo Piano recitals in Taiwan in July, a performance at Parma Music Festival in August, a recital tour with trumpet player Dr. Michael Huff in September, a recording of new work by Kubík in Prague in November, and a concert tour of newly commissioned works by American composers in the US, Korea, and Taiwan in 2015.


She has performed at numerous conferences and festivals including the Cesky Krumlov International Music Festival, “The Days of Contemporary Music” festival in Prague, the Society of Composers, Inc. National Conference, International and National Conferences of the College of Music Society, the Society for Ethnomusicology National Conference, the Florida State Music Teacher’s Association Annual Conference, the Festival of New Music at the Florida State University, and the Parma Music Festival. Her recordings are available through Kum Seoung Records, Arco Diva, and the online journal Musical Perspectives, and forthcoming recordings of music by Callender and Kubík will be released by Parma and Neos. Dr. Yang is currently an Assistant Professor of Piano at Troy University, where she serves as the Coordinator of Piano Studies and received the Faculty Senate Excellence Award in 2009 

Kuo-Liang Li – BIO

 Praised by an acclaimed collaborative pianist Eileen Cornett: “Fabulous fingers have done such a wonderful job on the piano. ” Dr. Kuo-Liang Li received his Ph.D. degree in Music Education/Piano pedagogy from the University of Oklahoma, where he also earned a M.M. degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy. As a music educator, Dr. Li has been lecturing and giving workshops in Taiwan, including a series of The Music Development for Early Childhood, Music Education for Children, and Trends in Piano Pedagogy. Dr. Li is also an active performer. Along with solo, piano duet and duo piano recitals, he has also collaborated with many singers and instrumentalists. In 2011 he was invited as a guest pianist and performed in Taipei International Flora Exposition. His upcoming events will include piano solo recitals in April and May 2014, a piano duet/duo recital in July at National Recital Hall in Taiwan, and a chamber recital in December 2014.


Dr. Li is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Toko University, Yu Da University, and Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity in Taiwan, teaching Group Piano, Classical Music Appreciation, and Music Education for Early Childhood courses. He has published several articles and books, including “Analysis and Performance Practices of Schubert’s Piano Work Impromptus Op.90″, “Usage and Development of Piano Method Books in Taiwan: Interviews and Observations with Piano Teachers”, and “Listen to the Music? Or Listen to the Hi-End Audio?”