I hold “workshops” on pianos and piano tuning wherever asked to do so, but also each of my owner service calls also includes an owner workshop about tuning and maintenance of their piano — information and instructions given to whatever length and extent they wish, lasting from a few minutes to an hour.
I provide these workshops because the more an owner knows about their piano, the better care they will take of it, and the more they will enjoy using it, and — very important — the more likely they will be to read my book [this website] “Piano Tuning Phoenix” and to tell other people about this book. It’s the only book available anywhere written in owner language, not technical language, that covers all aspects of acquiring and owning and maintaining a traditional physical acoustic piano. And, it’s FREE! Right here on the internet!
“Ahwatukee” and “Phoenix” AZ are actually ‘kissing cousins’, and the post office calls them both “Phoenix”. But the residents of the Ahwatukee area feel slightly independent of Phoenix, mostly due to the east-west South Mountain range that separates the two areas. The name “Ahwatukee” has a very colorful but obscure origin, but probably is derived from Crow Indian language meaning “land on the other side of the hill” (see interesting Wickipedia article on this name). Officially, Ahwatukee is an “urban village” associated with Phoenix proper. But in the minds of Phoenix inhabitants, it is a place all its own! I have separate sections on this website about most all Phoenix areas; some are accessible with these links:
I have a number of clients down south there in Ahwatukee.
Here are some places “south of the mountain” where I have been lately in the quite large Ahwatukee Workshop areas:
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