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#1514527 - 09/13/10 07:26 PM Denver area piano party / meet - interest?  
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Any interest in starting up a piano party / meet for the Denver area? I could host one, though would like to put together a group with different members hosting each meet.

I'm thinking of hosting one in October or November (once I can get my place ready ... just moved to the area a few months ago).


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#1528488 - 10/05/10 08:20 AM Re: Denver area piano party / meet - interest? [Re: Colin Dunn]  
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Hi Colin
Let me know if you get a group together. I play with a group of adult piano students but would welcome another opportunity.


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#1528624 - 10/05/10 12:29 PM Re: Denver area piano party / meet - interest? [Re: Colin Dunn]  
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Hi - I'd be interested in a one-time or once-in-awhile event. Denver's about 6 hour drive for me, but I have family up there, so I do it fairly regularly. There's lots of Denver/Boulder/front range people on PW I think, so I hope they see this thread.

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#1528654 - 10/05/10 01:12 PM Re: Denver area piano party / meet - interest? [Re: Colin Dunn]  
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Took a while but I'm glad to see some interest forming for a piano group in the Denver area. More to come soon...


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#1530714 - 10/08/10 03:56 AM Re: Denver area piano party / meet - interest? [Re: Colin Dunn]  
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Can't promise anything but I'd be interested in it if it starts to take shape.

#1531554 - 10/09/10 09:43 AM Re: Denver area piano party / meet - interest? [Re: namethief]  
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I don't have much to offer... other than my piano, I am interested in improving. Put me on the interested list.








#1535044 - 10/14/10 01:00 AM Re: Denver area piano party / meet - interest? [Re: Strings & Wood]  
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I think I might be interested in coming

#1566658 - 11/29/10 10:44 PM Re: Denver area piano party / meet - interest? [Re: Colin Dunn]  
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If we set a party time a few months out we could all prepare for it and look forward to meeting. My place is open as well.


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#1672399 - 05/06/11 07:18 AM Re: Denver area piano party / meet - interest? [Re: Colin Dunn]  
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Hi Colin,
Since I live in northern New Mexico, the Denver area is about 6 hour drive which is not too great a distance for the occasional piano party or a meet. Please inform me of any upcoming events.
I'm able and willing to host as well.
Julian

#1721990 - 07/27/11 06:25 PM Re: Denver area piano party / meet - interest? [Re: Colin Dunn]  
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Bump! I missed the recent PW gathering in Denver but we should make this a regular event. Quarterly, perhaps?

WiseBuff - is the "adult piano student" group you go to one of the Howard/Karen Pancoast groups (soup group or performance group)? I sometimes play in those groups (as does Randy) but have been MIA the last couple of months (job change and piano issues kept me away from the piano).

I'm going to host the Pancoast performance group on the second Sunday in October. Perhaps October would be a good time for another PW group?


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Originally Posted by Colin Dunn
Bump! I missed the recent PW gathering in Denver but we should make this a regular event. Quarterly, perhaps?

WiseBuff - is the "adult piano student" group you go to one of the Howard/Karen Pancoast groups (soup group or performance group)? I sometimes play in those groups (as does Randy) but have been MIA the last couple of months (job change and piano issues kept me away from the piano).

I'm going to host the Pancoast performance group on the second Sunday in October. Perhaps October would be a good time for another PW group?


Colin,
I sent you a PM.
How did your group event go?









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