I wanted to come up with a tour that piano lovers will be talking about for years to come. That's why I've arranged exclusive visits to some of the most prestigious piano makers in the world - seeing first hand how the finest and most famous piano instruments are constructed and assembled.
Largo, FL (PRWEB) July 30, 2010
Piano lovers take note: The world's most popular website for everything piano is planning an exclusive European tour for anyone passionate about music and the piano.
If you're thinking this will be just a typical European sight-seeing stopover - think again.
As Frank Baxter, head of PianoWorld.com explains, it's going to be the excursion of a lifetime.
"I wanted to come up with a tour that piano lovers will be talking about for years to come. That's why I've arranged exclusive visits to some of the most prestigious piano makers in the world - seeing first hand how the finest and most famous piano instruments are constructed and assembled."
The tour will be starting off in Hamburg (Germany), with participants being chauffeured the entire trip by deluxe air conditioned motor coach. Upscale hotel accommodations, morning and evening meals, entrance fees, local tour guides, taxes, service charges… all are included.
The magnificent cities included in this piano tour read like a journey through history - Hamburg, Bonn, Cologne, Leipzig, Nuremberg, Munich, Salzburg, and finally Vienna.
Frank fills us in on more of the details:
"In Hamburg, we'll be at the world-famous piano manufacturer Steinway & Sons factory for a private tour. In Leipzig there will be a half-day inspection of Blüthner Piano with Dr. Blüthner himself. While in Bayreuth, we'll be enjoying the hospitality of piano maker Steingräber u. Söhne, and in Vienna it's a personal tour of Bösendorfer Piano."
"In Bonn we will have the pleasure of meeting Robin Meloy Goldsby, author of The Piano Girl and Rhythm. Robin promises to show us around the castle where she plays, and to perform for us live."
There's going to be plenty of time for sightseeing as well. According to Frank, some of the most sought after historical points of interest are on the itinerary.
"In Nuremburg we'll have ample opportunity to enjoy the Germanisches National Museum, famous for its vast musical instrument and piano collections. Then when arriving in Rothenburg it's the Wagner and Liszt Museums. Of course, in between time we won't be ignoring piano greats such as Mendelssohn or Beethoven either. In Austria we'll be treated to a guided walking tour through Salzburg, as well as visiting the Mozart Haus."
Frank wants his prospective traveling companions to understand this is just a brief overview of all the incredible sites and amenities on tap for this European Piano Tour of 2011.
If you want to experience first hand the art and old-world craftsmanship of piano making, if you've ever dreamed of walking the same steps as the musical and piano maestros of yore, and if traveling through Europe in style and comfort sounds like a great idea, then be certain you check out the full itinerary and details of this exclusive European piano tour at: http://www.PianoWorld.com/Tour
Or simply call Frank Baxter directly at (860) 741-2625. But no matter how you hook up with him, find out for yourself about the fantastic piano excursion waiting for you in June, 2011.