Solich Piano has partnered with a multitude of institutional programs to provide high quality pianos.
This includes various university, enrichment & performance programs including Otterbein University, Capital University, Pittsburgh Opera, Ohio University, University of Dayton, Mount Vernon Nazarene University and Cleveland State University.
Yamaha Recognizes Solich Piano with Two ‘Dealer of the Year’ Awards
(February 15, 2019) Solich Piano has been named the midwest region Institutional Solutions Group and large market Keyboard division “Dealer of the Year” by Yamaha Corporation of America, the world’s largest musical instrument manufacturer.
The Cleveland-based dealership was recognized for their dedication to promoting music education at several Ohio colleges and universities. They were also honored for their sales and marketing success with Yamaha pianos and keyboards.
“Year after year, Solich Piano continues to impress us with their commitment to providing customers with the best possible service,” said Dan Rodowicz, general manager, Keyboard division of Yamaha Corporation of America. “The staff at Solich truly set the example for how a great business should be run.”
Solich Piano, owned by Thomas Solich, has served the piano needs of families, piano teachers, churches, schools, colleges, hospitals, nursing homes, and other music entities since 1994. In 2010, Solich Piano & Music Company became the fastest growing piano dealership in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia and they continue this tradition of growth to this day.
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“Since opening [our] doors in 2005, Solich Piano has parntered with dozens of universities, colleges and conservatories across northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania, including the Pittsburgh Opera, Otterbein University and Capital University, as well as the New England Conservatory in Boston.
“Solich, a concert pianist who’s been completely blind since birth, demonstrates their beauty and musical tones by playing extracts of Disney ballads for families with children as well as snippets from the likes of Bach and Beethoven for classically minded consumers.
Partnering with Tiffin University
In 2017, Solich Piano partnered with Tiffin University upon the opening of their new, state-of-the art Performing Arts Laboratory. Just prior to their unveiling of this facility, Solich Piano installed 32 brand new Yamaha Pianos ranging from a Yamaha CX Series Artist grand piano with Disklavier Enspire technology to a large Yamaha Clavinova keyboard lab.
Overcoming Obstacles to Start and Expand Solich Piano
Though born completely blind, Thomas Solich has an unrivaled passion and commitment for piano and music education.
Solich Piano was started in 2006 by life long friends Thomas Solich and Kyle Merritt. They opened the doors of the first store prior to either finishing their collegiate programs. Thomas Solich earned his piano performance degree from Baldwin Wallace Conservatory in Cleveland. While Kyle has an extreme fondness for Columbus and The Ohio State University as his degree in Strategic Communications comes from OSU. Today, Solich Piano has grown to three physical brick and mortar stores in Ohio, located in Worthington, Cleveland-Beachwood and Youngstown-Boardman.
Our institutional sales team has vast experience in working with schools and churches. From choosing the best instrument with the most value for your organization to financing, delivery and set-up, we stand by our customers.
Take the first step by allowing us to visit you at your location at no cost for an initial consultation to help you determine the ideal instrument needs for your organization.
We are pleased to work with your organization to offer assistance in raising needed funds for the purchase of your new piano. We have performed benefit concerts and instituted programs to help inspire your membership to contribute to the purchase of your new instrument.