Piano Mill celebrates Cinco de Mayo

Piano Mill celebrated Cinco de Mayo at the Abington Senior Center, but the space was filled with children from pre-school age up to teens enjoying  music, dance and cultural events.  Many stopped by our table and learned about how a piano works and even played a few notes on “My First Piano” a digital starter piano that turns into a desk.    Many entered a drawing to win the piano as well as signed up for “Kiddie Keys and Melodies” a group lesson program offered for 3-6 year olds starting in July at Piano Mill with Kim Engle.




Possibly a future piano student fascinated by MY FIRST PIANO








Youth Music Instructor, Kim Engle shows what a piano looks like inside and how it works…










Kim Engle explains that different size hammers make different sounds. This young man really got it!






Piano Mill piano instructor, Raht Ketusingha, shows off on MY FIRST PIANO by playing it upside down. Not really fair, but ‘hey’.. he can really do it so why not?










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