Hollywood Piano is proud to invite the public to an open house on Oct. 26 from 1 to 4 p.m. celebrating the Grand Opening of their Hollywood Piano Academy of Music. They’re very excited to see this project finally come to fruition after months of planning and building. Hollywood Piano is located at 323 S. Front St. in Burbank. Join them for a fun filled day with food, refreshments, sample classes, free gifts, free prizes, and a drawing to win a free 76 note piano keyboard.
The Hollywood Piano Academy of Music will feature private and group lessons for piano, guitar, and voice. The administrator of the school Cheryl Fox is a graduate of the Boston Conservatory of Music and a mother of two. Mrs. Fox has put together a phenomenal staff of dedicated enthusiastic teachers who will delight and inspire their students with the joy of music. The school will also offer “Mommy & Me” classes, Story Time Piano for toddlers, and in the future songwriting classes, gospel music classes, and musical theater classes. The School facility features four private lesson rooms, two group classrooms, and a recital hall. In addition to traditional music education they are the exclusive home of the patent pending “Andrew Weitz Miracle Piano Course.” With this brilliant program proven over the last decade literally anyone, any age, from any walk of life can play the piano right away without practice guaranteed. Andrew Weitz, the creator of this amazing new way to play the piano will be on hand for the open house as well as the entire teaching staff. They invite you to come down and meet the staff.
Since 1928 Hollywood Piano has been the Los Angeles area’s “Trusted Home of The World’s Finest Pianos” with the largest selection of brands in California featuring pianos, digital pianos, and piano services including moving, tuning, and rentals.
In 2013 Hollywood Piano moved to their new building on Front Street allowing them to expand their offerings to include Hollywood Sheet Music, the state-of-the-art acoustically superb Irwin & Rhoda Treibitz Performance Hall, and now The Hollywood Piano Academy of Music.