Lexington’s Grand Opening Will be “Sweet”

Imagine a room filled with smooth, delicious chocolate and sweet, savory tunes.  Sound like a dream come true?  If you like chocolate as much as I do it does!  Barrett and I are always looking for an excuse to throw a party and this time we think we’ve really outdone ourselves.

To better serve the good folks of Eastern Kentucky, we’re packing our Lexington piano store full of pianos and expanding its regular hours.  Gist Piano Center Lexington will now be open Wednesday through Saturday from 10am – 5pm (or by appointment anytime) and, to celebrate our store’s inventory expansion, we’re throwing a chocolate party.

Join us Saturday, July 10 (any time between 1pm and 5pm) for an afternoon of sweet music, savory chocolate and tantalizing fun as we kick off a new beginning for Gist Piano Center in Lexington.  Barrett and I will see you there – napkins at the ready.

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About James Harding

From the farmlands of Iowa, James joined the Gist staff in May of 2009. James began studying classical, jazz and piano improv from 4yrs old until he graduated from Le’Ecole De La Musica at age 18. In college, he majored in voice and music ministry. Then, in 2001, James took a job managing Simon’s Music. When West Music purchased Simon’s in 2004, James became their Certified Steinway Piano Specialist. Today, in addition to his leadership responsibilities at Gist Piano Center, James travels across the United States giving seminars on music education and piano technology and he writes the monthly "Tech Beat" column for Music Inc. Magazine.

2 thoughts on “Lexington’s Grand Opening Will be “Sweet”

  1. Nancy Coburn

    My husband and I would have loved to have attended your open house on July 10 in Lexington KY. We received our Quarterly Newsletter on Monday, July 12. We are always interested in what kind of new pianos you have. Sorry we didn’t make it, but we were not aware of this event as we received the info too late to attend.

  2. James Harding Post author

    Hi, Nancy! Thank you for your feedback. The Piano Quarterly newsletter mailed out on June 31st, and I’m not sure why it took almost two weeks to get to you. That’s a long time! In any case, I’m sorry you missed this event, but we will definitely have more fun stuff in your area soon. Just for your own piece of mind, you can check the news section of our website or our online calendar from time to time to make sure you’re always “up” on current events. Also, if you have Facebook or Twitter, we update those sites daily. You should add us!

    Thanks again for your comment. We’ll see you at the next one.

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