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2022 Carolina Ballet Benefit Piano Sale 9:30 am
2022 Carolina Ballet Benefit Piano Sale @ Ruggero Piano
Sep 26 @ 9:30 am – Oct 1 @ 5:30 pm
2022 Carolina Ballet Benefit Piano Sale @ Ruggero Piano
You’re invited to support Carolina Ballet! Monday, September 26th through Saturday, October 1st. We will be offering institutional sale pricing on all in-stock new & used pianos, 0% interest financing for 25 months will be available, all piano purchases include up to four complimentary Ballet tickets, and a portion of each selection will be donated …

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4th Annual Fall Course Series, Part 1 of 3 – Teaching Improvisation from the Beginning featuring Ed Paolantonio, Jazz Artist, Adjunct Faculty at Duke University 10:00 am
4th Annual Fall Course Series, Part 1 of 3 – Teaching Improvisation from the Beginning featuring Ed Paolantonio, Jazz Artist, Adjunct Faculty at Duke University @ Ruggero Piano
Oct 21 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
4th Annual Fall Course Series, Part 1 of 3 - Teaching Improvisation from the Beginning featuring Ed Paolantonio, Jazz Artist, Adjunct Faculty at Duke University @ Ruggero Piano
About the Series Developing the Total Musician – Teaching Essential Skills: Improvisation, Accompanying, and Sight Reading We value the commitment of piano teachers to serve our students with professionalism and teaching expertise.  Committed to education, we proudly present this complimentary three-part lecture series. To ensure the health and safety of our clinicians and participants, this …

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4th Annual Fall Course Series, Part 2 of 3 – Playing Well with Others: An Introduction to Collaborative Skills for Pianists featuring Dr. Allison Gagnon, Director of Collaborative Piano, UNCSA 10:00 am
4th Annual Fall Course Series, Part 2 of 3 – Playing Well with Others: An Introduction to Collaborative Skills for Pianists featuring Dr. Allison Gagnon, Director of Collaborative Piano, UNCSA @ Ruggero Piano
Oct 28 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
4th Annual Fall Course Series, Part 2 of 3 - Playing Well with Others: An Introduction to Collaborative Skills for Pianists featuring Dr. Allison Gagnon, Director of Collaborative Piano, UNCSA @ Ruggero Piano
About the Series Developing the Total Musician – Teaching Essential Skills: Improvisation, Accompanying, and Sight Reading We value the commitment of piano teachers to serve our students with professionalism and teaching expertise.  Committed to education, we proudly present this complimentary three-part lecture series. To ensure the health and safety of our clinicians and participants, this …

4th Annual Fall Course Series, Part 2 of 3 – Playing Well with Others: An Introduction to Collaborative Skills for Pianists featuring Dr. Allison Gagnon, Director of Collaborative Piano, UNCSA Read More »

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Customer Reviews

Community Music School is committed to creating brighter futures through music. We are excited to be at our new home in Southeast Raleigh, and have a tremendous partner in Ruggero Piano. As part of the Tom McGuire Education Initiative, small classes have been introduced as part of our Journeys tier of programming. With the donation of the Yamaha Digital Piano Lab, CMS is growing its vision of offering innovative, high-quality after school music programming to students with limited resources. The lab will offer students opportunities to engage with each other and professional faculty in new ways. By leveraging the Yamaha technology, classes can capture the excitement of peer-to-peer learning, personalized instruction and musical discovery, allowing students to maximize learning at their own pace. We are thrilled to see how Yamaha and Ruggero Piano are dedicated to instilling the life-long appreciation of the arts in our students and families. This is changing lives one student at a time. - Dennis de Jong, Executive Director of Community Music School

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